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Congress leader's hope of return, 'returned' party president Rahul Gandhi, will be meeting this week

new Delhi: 
It seems that Congress President Rahul Gandhi has forgotten the defeat of the Lok Sabha elections and once again got the party to give a new edge. Sources are getting the news that Rahul is going to meet several rounds of meetings with the leaders of those states where assembly elections are going to take place. These meetings will be held this week. Rahul Gandhi's decision has increased the expectations of those people who are appealing to him to remain the party's president. Whether Rahul Gandhi will remain in this post or not, it will now be held in the upcoming Congress Working Committee meeting. At the moment, Rahul Gandhi is stuck on his own decision that he does not want to stay in the post. Rahul Gandhi made this announcement in the meeting of Congress Working Committee after the defeat in Lok Sabha elections. This is the first time after the announcement that Rahul Gandhi has taken any decision related to the party organization.

Congress leader's hope of return, 'returned' party president Rahul Gandhi, will be meeting this week

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According to the news now, Congress President Rahul Gandhi will meet the leaders of Maharashtra, Delhi and Haryana on 27th June. This meeting is about the assembly elections. In this meeting, the chargers of all the states have to report on the performance of the units of the states in Lok Sabha elections. This report is to give to the party general secretary Venugopal. 
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Let us know that on Sunday, units of Uttar Pradesh and Karnataka have been dissolved. Sources say that the changes in the state units will be made on the recommendations of the party's in-charge. At present, being active once Rahul Gandhi is being questioned whether he has agreed to remain in the post of President. 

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