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Pak’s national carrier sacks 50 employees for holding fake degrees

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Pakistan’s national carrier has terminated the contracts of over 50 employees, including three pilots, after they were found holding fake degrees, according to a media report.
The directives were issued in view of the proceedings of Pakistan’s Supreme Court against pilots and cabin crews with fake degrees and certificates, the Express Tribune reported.
“We have begun probe into (the cases of) all staffers who were hired (while) holding sham degrees,” Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) spokesperson Mashood Tajwar was quoted as saying by the paper.
Director General of Civil Aviation Authority Hassan Baig has also issued directives to suspend the licenses of all those pilots and cabin crews who have not yet submitted their degrees and certificates.
“Their licenses will remain suspended till they submit their referred documents for verification,” an official statement said.

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Speaker fixes Thursday for floor test in Karnataka Vidhana Soudha

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The Karnataka political turmoil seems to have reached to a conclusion for the time being as both the warring parties, the Congress JD( U) combine and the BJP have agreed to a proposal for calling the floor test on Thursday at Bengaluru Vidhana Soudha to finally decide which political party commands the requisite majority to form the government in the  southern state.

The former chief minister and BJP leader Yaduruppa had met the speaker and had requested him to call the house for floor test at the earliest but the latter had turned it down as the apex court’s decision of the Karnataka impasse is to be delivered tomorrow evening.
Meanwhile, emerging out of the political affairs committee meeting, the former Congress CM of Karnataka and CLP leader Sidharamaih revealed that after discussions with the Congress JD ( S) combine as well as the BJP the speaker has fixed Thursday for the floor test in the Karnataka Vidhana Soudha.
There will be a detailed debate in the house and the voting will take place thereafter.
This means that now both the Congress JD ( S) alliance and the BJP are quite eager to derive maximum advantage from the impending political crisis and  for this, they have three days with them.
Political observers say the ruling coalition leaders will do their best to woo the annoyed dissidents during these 72 precious hours.
However, it remains to be seen whether the obstinate dissidents, now in all 17 in numbers will fall into the Congress JD( S) trap?
It may be recalled that all the dissident lawmakers of Congress and JD(S) are still holed up in a Hotel in Mumbai and are still adamant over resigning from their respective seats. Further, they want to extend their undisputed support to BJP.
They have also lodged a complaint with the highest police authority of Mumbai to provide them adequate security as they fear for their life.
They have also asked the police authorities to not allow any political leader of Mumbai or Karnataka visit them in the hotel as their decision to resign and thereafter also support the BJP is final.
It may be recalled that at the first instance about 14 to 15 MLAs of the Congress and JD( S) had submitted their resignation letters to the speaker followed by two independent and three Congress lawmakers.
This had led to the reduction of the JD(S) Congress strength from earlier 118 to 101 while the BJP’s strength increased to 107 after the support of the two independents.
According to political analysts if the ruling coalition succeeds to persuade a minimum of six of its MLAs if not all, it would still be in a comfortable position to save their government. As for sure one vote of the speaker in the event of a tie would go in their favour.
However, the Karnataka crisis has further aggravated and all eyes are now fixated on tomorrow’s apex court judgement as well as the floor test on Thursday. For now, the Supreme Court has directed the speaker to maintain the status quo.
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CWC to choose new Congress president next week

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In view of the confusing situation in the Congress party to elect its new leader and party president, after the resignation of Rahul Gandhi and likely loss of its two government’s in Karnataka and Goa reducing its governments’ number in states compared to the BJP which has is governments in 19 states, the moral of its rank and file is highly demoralized and the country’s media, allegedly  influenced by the supposed backing of the ruling party is further  leaving no stone unturned to make mockery of the party that ruled the country  for more than six decades since independence.
The saturation point of tolerance of various senior leaders and the younger ones’ has also reached its maximum with the party veterans like Dr. Karan Singh, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh and party general secretary Jyotiraditya Scindia, urging the highest decision making body  of Congress, the Congress Working Committee to elect a new but energetic, experienced and dynamic youth leader as the next president in order to resurrect the party at the pan India level and save it from going into disorientation after Rahul’s resignation, at the earliest.
There had been repeated and a number of attempts by the chief ministers of Congress-ruled states like Ashok Gehlot, Kamal Nath, Baghel and senior most party leaders including Sonia and Priyanka Gandhi to persuade Rahul Gandhi to take back his decision but of no avail.
Finally, the top leadership of the party has now decided to convene the Congress Working Committee next week or so and take a formidable decision to choose a new leader from outside the Nehru Gandhi family.
There are reports that Congress’s senior-most leader Sonia Gandhi and Rahul has confabulated with other senior leaders and come to the conclusion of reaching at a consensus on a new party president’s name at the earliest, so as to put a full stop to all speculations and quickly move forward to rejuvenate the party at the national level as well as in states.
There had been several exercises earlier as well, after Rahul Gandhi’s quitting from the national presidentship and names of Ashok Gehlot, Captain Amarinder Singh, Sachin Pilot, Mallikarjun Kharge, Jyotiraditya Scindia, etc were discussed but nothing concrete or fruitful has come out till yet.
The party seems to be more interested in a young and Dalit face to give an impression that Congress party worries about the lowest ebb of society.
According to the latest sources though the name of Jyotiraditya Scindia was cropped up recently for the top slot but he’d refused and 59-year-old former youth Congress leader, former union minister and a Dalit from Maharashtra Mukul Wasnik’s name is appearing as a forerunner.
While Mukul Wasnik is youthful, a committed Congressman, a capable organizer, and well-read politician, his Dalit background too suit the party tremendously.
It’s almost final now that in a week or two week’s time a new Congress party president would be elected or appointed by the Congress Working Committee.
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The Congress members of parliament under the leadership of former Congress president Rahul Gandhi and United Progressive Alliance’s chairperson Sonia Gandhi today staged a tumultuous protest outside parliament house but within its vicinity demanding stoppage to alleged threatening of lawmakers in Karnataka and Goa and subversion of democracy in the country, accusing the ruling BJP of destabilising the democratically elected opposition governments in both the states.

The protesting Congress MPs were carrying placards in their hands and raising slogans like Loktantra ki Hatya  bandh karo, daraana dhamkana band karo.
Prominent amongst those present in the protest demonstration apart from other Congress MPs were Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi,  interim Congress president Moti Lal Vohra, former union defence minister A. K. Antony, Anand Sharma, and others.
The protesting members of parliament were also carrying placards in their hands mentioning Save Democracy and Loktantra Bachao in Hindi and English.
In addition to this protest march and demonstration the former Congress chief Rahul Gandhi in the presence of prime minister Narendra Modi and his entire cabinet including a fully packed house spoke on the problems of the farmers of the country accusing the BJP led NDA government for literally doing nothing for ameliorating the grievances of the farmers committing suicides in the country while demitting  loans of several lakh crores of rupees of the rich capitalists.
Raising the issue of the farmers distress in the Lok Sabha during the Zero hour, former Congress chief Rahul Gandhi acquainted the government and the house about the unfortunate suicide of a poor farmer in Wayanad, Kerala the constituency represented by him and said that about 8000 farmers of Wayanad had been sent notices and their properties confiscated by the government leaving them in acute financial jeopardy.
He accused the BJP led NDA government of demitting the loans of 5.5 lakh crores of the rich businessmen of the country during the last five years but has done nothing to ameliorate the grievances of the farmers of the country.
Amidst immense shouting by the opposition benches union defence minister Rajnath Singh blamed the previous Congres governments for the mess in the agricultural sector and said that the distressing condition of the peasants of the country had happened during the last 7 decades of Congress rule instead of the 5-year rule of the BJP.
He disclosed that the maximum number of the farmers had committed suicides during the last 7 decades during the Congress rule whereas the BJP led NDA government has increased the maximum support prices of the farmers during the last five years as promised earlier.
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BJP all set to form government in Karnataka and Goa

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The two states of the country are in political turmoil after the formation of the BJP led National Democratic Alliance government at the centre badly defeating the Congress-led grand alliance at the hustings.
And these two states are Karnataka and Union Territory Goa.
While in Karnataka about sixteen Congress and JD( S) state lawmakers including an independent, have submitted their resignation letters to the speaker,  in Goa out of 15 Congress legislatures 10 have joined the BJP bandwagon thus enhancing the sure sort chances of the saffron party forming the governments in both the states.
This drama unfolded when the clear picture came out by yesterday evening.
About 13 MLAs of Congress and JD ( S) had been confining themselves in a hotel in Mumbai n thereafter in Goa and then back to Mumbai accusing the Karnataka speaker of not accepting their resignations while two more Congress MLAs resigned yesterday including a lone minister earlier supporting the Congress JD( S) government.
He too has extended his support for BJP with two other Congress lawmakers who resigned yesterday.
Similarly in Goa 10 MLAs of Congress who’d extended their support to BJP now, giving it an absolute majority in the assembly have reduced the Congress strength to the minority.
Yesterday, the Maharashtra Police detained S. Shiv Kumar MLA in Mumbai who was not allowed to meet the dissidents in the hotel.
Similarly, the Congress leaders Sanjay Nirupam, Milind Deora and Wasim Ahmed too were detained as they were protesting against the BJP ‘s undemocratic and unconstitutional manipulations to subvert democracy in Karnataka and Goa ruled by the opposition parties, the charge denied by union defence minister in the Lok Sabha.
In Bengaluru, too former PM and JD ( S ) veteran H. D. Devegowda and Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad were detained for protesting outside the governor’s residence.
According to the latest tally the Congress JD( S), combine’s strength has now been reduced to mere 102 where as the BJP with the individual strength of 105 plus two independents’ support has gone up to 107, enough to form the government.
These figures have given BJP a clear advantage of forming their governments in both the states viz Karnataka and Goa.
In Goa, the anti-defection law will not be applicable on the defected Congress MLAs as they are in two-thirds majority while in Karnataka the membership of the dissidents will not remain any more.
Meanwhile, senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad has accused BJP of subverting the democratic institutions on Karnataka and Goa by engineering large scale defections and destabilising the democratically elected governments.
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Dr. Karan Singh says Congress has gone into disorientation

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The former union health minister during Indira Gandhi’s tenure, member Congress Working Committee and a veteran leader Dr. Karan Singh has said that he is very fond of Gandhi family scion Rahul Gandhi and that his desire to resign should be honored at the earliest by convening the highest decision making body CWC’ s meeting to be presided by Dr. Manmohan Singh, a senior party leader and the prime minister who ruled the nation for ten long years.

Dr. Karan Singh who had been mum all these years despite so much of hullaballoo in the Congress has finally broken his silence.
The son of the former Maharaja of Jammu and Kashmir Hari Singh, Dr. Karan Singh is in fact very disturbed to see the Congress party lying so low this time after Rahul’s resignation which ruled the country for more than 60 years.
Dr. Karan Singh an intellectual to the core and several times MP from Kashmir and union minister from wants the CWC without wasting a single moment, elect a new and energetic young president so that the party is not headless and crisis like Karnataka could be handled in a more formidable way.
He is furious about the delay in electing or nominating a new incumbent after Rahul Gandhi’s quitting from the top slot saying it’s not only bad for the democracy but also for the 12 crore people of the country who’d voted for the Congress.
These views were expressed by Dr. Katan Singh while speaking to India Today TV correspondent.
Dr. Karan Singh was very categorical in saying that he is really worried about the delay which amounts to Congress party going further backward. He was aghast that the Congress party has gone into disorientation after Rahul’s quitting as party president.
Rahul Gandhi’s desire and guts to resign should be heartily respected and fulfilled by inducting the new President but a younger face who could take the party forward with new zeal, enthusiasm and respecting tenets of Congress constitution.
He added that for the sake of democracy and to respect the mandate of 12 crore voters who’d voted for Congress, the early convening of the CWC meeting and thereby election of a new president is not only utmostly necessary but mandatory as well. Dr. Karan Singh is a popular and highly revered politician, a veteran Congressman, for union minister and MP including a poet and philanthropist.
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Rahul Gandhi’s first ever Amethi visit after losing the seat

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The former Congress president and a newly elected member of parliament from Wayanad, Kerala, Rahul Gandhi has left for Amethi, his family borough from where he had been constantly winning but lost this time at the hands of the union minister Smriti Irani by over 55000 votes.

Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi is reaching Amethi by road from Lucknow via road meeting people all the way and exchanging pleasantries with them.
After losing from his traditional stronghold Amethi and winning from Wayanad, Kerala with a heavy margin this would be Gandhi scion Rahul Gandhi’s first visit to Amethi parliamentary constituency to thank people who’d voted or even not voted for him and his party.
Political analysts say that being his family borough and significant from the point of view to regaining it in future, former Congress president Rahul Gandhi,  despite losing it,  would continue to visit Amethi and establish regular connect with the electorates to keep them not only in good humour but will also analyse various pros and cons that led to his unexpected defeat.
Before leaving for Amethi via Lucknow Rahul tweeted: Ten million twitter followers – thank you to each and every one of you. I will celebrate the milestone in Amethi where I will be meeting the Congress workers and supporters.
Sources reveal that during Rahul’s Amethi visit he will also be closeted with the party leaders and workers in order to infuse in them new zeal and enthusiasm to revive and revitalise the party.
While Rahul Gandhi has one crore, twitter followers, the prime minister Narendra Modi has 48.4 million followers on his twitter handle, four times more than his arch Congress rival.  Even Amitabh Bachchan a renowned celebrity and actor has 370 lakh followers, next to prime minister Narendra Modi.
It may be recalled that in 2014, the then Congress president Rahul Gandhi had defeated union minister Smriti Irani by 1, 07, 923 votes but this time in 2019, she defeated the Gandhi family scion by over 55000 votes.
Keeping in view the massive wave of Hindu polarisation and Modi charisma this time, Rahul Gandhi had sensed his little possibility of winning from Amethi and he shifted to Wayanad, Kerala additionally to the safest seat dominated by over 55 per cent or more minorities and Christians.
Rahul won from here hands down with a massive margin of 4.31 lakh votes.
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Priyanka laments, no light in govt hospitals of UP

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After the resignation of Nehru family scion Rahul Gandhi from the top slot of the Congress party, while there are hectic activities in process,  regarding the appointment of the new incumbent who’ll lead the 134-year-old party from the front as its powerful president, Rahul Gandhi’s sister and general secretary of the Congress Priyanka Gandhi is busy expressing her concern and regret about the sorry state of affairs in the government hospitals of Uttar Pradesh in various district hospitals.

Since becoming the general secretary of the party Priyanka Gandhi, despite her husband Robert Vadra’s investigations in the Enforcement Directorate, had been least worried about the alleged family victimisation but kept herself extremely busy and entangled  in the entire election campaigning in the general elections in UP as well as in other parts of the country compounded with her active involvement in the social media and her twitter handle as well, highlighting each and every discrepancy of the BJP government at the centre as well as Uttar Pradesh thus inviting people’s attention on several pivotal issues of Uttar Pradesh and the national significance.
As a sequel to her ongoing tweets, she tweeted at 6.30 PM today expressing her serious concern and regret over the false assurances and promises of Uttar Pradesh government in the context of improving health services in the largest state of the country resulting in immense hardships and sufferings of the poor patients.
Along with her tweet in Hindi, she also posted a poster highlighting the non availability of power in the government hospitals of Etawa and Lalitpur where the doctors were constrained to operate the patients of critical illnesses using the torch and mobile phone lights.
Shameful.
On her twitter handle furious and seriously concerned general secretary, Incharge Eastern Uttar Pradesh , Priyanka Gandhi tweeted in hindi :  Uttar Pradesh ki Bhajapa sarkar ke jhoote daavon ka meter chaalu hai, lekin aspataalon mein batti gul hai. Mareezon ka ilaaj kahin mobile jalakar to kahin torch jalaakar ho raha hai. Is lachar vyavastha se kya nizaat milegi ?
The meter of false promises of the Uttar Pradesh government is moving fast but in hospitals, the lights are off.  The treatment/ surgery of the patients is being conducted, using the mobile phone’ lights or torches.
Will we get relief from this awful system?
It may be recalled that in the majority of the government hospitals in Uttar Pradesh there is a complete absence of proper hygiene, healthy food, medicines, medical equipment, and even doctors, resulting in several casualties of poor patients despite the government’s claim of improvisation in medical care and health sector.
Last year several children had died in a district hospital of Uttar Pradesh for want of oxygen to the ailing children suffering from critical ailments creating a lot of sensitivity and sham in the national media.
Similarly, in Muzaffarpur Bihar and in other areas of this state about 150 children had recently died of encephalitis inviting the wrath of the poor and hapless parents of the deceased parents and tremendous media hype all over the country.
The matter was also raised in parliament exposing the Nitish Kumar and BJP combine government of Bihar. What’s your take friends?
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Karnataka dissidents shifted to Goa from Mumbai

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The Karnataka situation is becoming murkier day by day as the chief minister Kumaraswamy’s position seems to be in real distress.

The developments unambiguously reveal that BJP has the upper say in the entire development.
Hectic parleys in Congress JD( S) camps as well as in BJP are on and every party is trying to take the maximum advantage out of the impending crisis.
As far as the Congress and JD ( U) combine is concerned, the situation is quite cumbersome for them as the Congress and JD( S)  dissidents have now shifted their base from Mumbai to Goa, fully determined and committed to support the BJP as they have already extended their support towards the saffron party.
The political situation in Karnataka is really awry and in confusive state with Congress and JD ( S) leaving no stone unturned to ensure that their government remains fully intact despite the hard fact that all the 13 dissidents have resigned and have fully committed to stand by the saffron party.
After the resignation of the 13 MLAs the arithmatic at present goes in favour of the BJP especially after the resignation of Nageshwar Rao the only independent MLA and minister in the JD(S) Congress government thus supporting the BJP outrightly.

According to the latest arithmetic as of now the BJP has 105 MLAs and the support of two independents bringing the tally to 107 whereas the Congress, JD ( S) alliance is reduced to mere 104 instead of 118.

This gives  BJP,  a clear opportunity to form a government in Karnataka.

Meanwhile in Lok Sabha today the union defence minister has outrightly cleared that BJP has no role in the Karnataka crisis as it never believes in downgrading the institutions of democracy and constitution.
The Congress on the other hand responded strongly and forcefully accusing the BJP of murdering democracy by engineering prestrategic defections and using unfair means to topple the democratically elected governments.
Meanwhile, sources reveal that the dissidents have formally made up their mind to ensure the fall of the JD(S) Congress government in Karnataka by backing the saffron party, come what may. What’s your take friends?
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The political crisis in the Karnataka episode has deepened further with the lone independent MLA also sending his resignation to the speaker who was supporting the JD(S) Congress alliance government alongwith 14 other Congress n JD (S) MLAs holed up in  Hotel Sofietal in Mumbai. Meanwhile all the Congress and JD  S) ministers in Karnataka government has submitted their resignation letters to the Congress president of Karnataka including the deputy chief minister.
Out of the total 22 minister 9 are from JD(S) and the rest of Congress. The crisis has further aggravated deeply because now after the withdrawal of support of the lone independent MLA the tally of both opposition BJP and JDS and Congress combine has come to 105 in the Karnataka assembly.
A definite tie. Sources reveal that the Congress has asked for the resignation of its ministers perhaps to accomodate the annoyed rebels who had been complaining of not being made ministers. But the way the dissidents are hell bent upon being obstinate of not taking back their resignations and supposedly supporting the BJP, it seems that the Karnataka government is indeed in a very precarious situation.
The Bhartiya Janata Party has also convened its legislature party in the even at Bengaluru to take stock of the latest development in Karnataka. Sources reveal that the saffron party is trying to take all possible advantage of the crisis situation and is trying its best to woo the dissident MLAs on its side.
The Congress party leader Mallikarjun Kharge  has already accused the BJP of scuttling democracy and enginerring defections in the present Karnataka government against favours ofmoney and ministerial berths in their new government likely to be formed in the state.
The union defence minister Rajnath Singh has however refuted the Congress paryy’s allegation as baseless and concocted while speaking in the lok sabha. Singh saidthat BJPnever believes in horse trading or changibg governments through purchading of MLAs as it is against the constitutional and democratic norms.
He outrightly condemned the Congress party’s allegations and said that it isthey not the BJP who engineers defection and resort to undemocratic and unconstitutional means to change state governments arbitrarily.
Meanwhile there seems to be possibility of the physical floor test in front of the governor to prove as to which party actually posesses majority to form the next government in the Southern state. There are also possibilities of accomodating the disenchanted lawmakers of KD (S) and Congress in the new ministry formation so that they return back and take back their resignations.
The Congress and JD(S) leaderships are making all possible arrangements to contact the dissidents and bring them to negotiating table, but will it really happen remains to be seen. The latest report suggest that the adamant dissident MLA, fourteen in numbers have already made up their mind to support the BJP obviously with an assurance to get ministerial berths in the next government formation of the saffron party.
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Jyotiraditya Scindia and Milind Deora resign after Rahul’s quitting as party chief

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The resignation of  Congress president Rahul Gandhi taking accountability for the party’s drubbing at the hustings has compelled some other senior and young party leaders to follow suit.

While Congress general secretary and Incharge Assam Harish Rawat had resigned a day or two after Rahul’s quitting the top slot, the two important pillars of Congress too resigned today taking accountability of defeat on their shoulders.
These two youthful leaders are, the national general secretary of Congress, incharge of Eastern Uttar Pradesh Jyotiraditya Scindia and the Mumbai Congress chief Milind  Deora.
The Congress general secretary Scindia announced his resignation today saying that he had resigned a week before and handed over the letter to the then party chief Rahul Gandhi but thought of officially and publicly declaring  it as news about my resignation had appeared in newspapers today.
Scindia tweeted after resigning : Accepting the peoples’ verdict and taking accountability, I had submitted my resignation as general secretary of AICC to Sh. @ Rahul Gandhi. I thank him for entrusting me with this responsibility and for giving me the opportunity to serve our party.
It may be recalled that Jyotiraditya Scindia had worked  hard during the Madhya Pradesh assembly elections and was immensely instrumental in the party’s victory during the 2018 assembly elections defeating the 15 year old BJP government.
Scindia was however neither made the CM nor the deputy CM of the stae despite his dedicated services as he being Rahul Gandhi’s closest friend and leiutenant, his services were required at the national party forum by the then Congress chief.
Rahul Gandhi had entrusted him the  onerous task to revive and strengthen Congress in the largest state of the country, Uttar Pradesh alongwith Priyanka Gandhi who was enshrined the responsibility of Eastern UP and he the charge of Western region.
But inspite the best efforts of both Jyotiraditya Scindia and Priyanka Gandhi the Congress party suffered badly in Uttar Pradesh merely  winning a single seat with Rahul Gandhi himself losing from his family’s pocket borough in Amethi.
On the other hand Murli Deora resigned as Mumbai Congress chief taking the accountability of the party’s defeat in Maharahtra and Mumbai following suit after Rahul’s quitting as Congress chief.
The Maharashtra Congress chief Ashok Chavan had already resigned while Deora resigned today.
While resigning Milind Deora hoped to work at the national level to regalvanise the party inviting strong criticism from the sr Congress leader  and party’s former Mumbai chief Sanjay Nirupam.
Taking a swipe at Milind Deora’s decision to step down as Mumnai Congress chief Sanjay Nirupam said that the resignation is being used as a ladder to climb tweeted Times Now.
The former Congress chief Nirupam  also criticized the suggestion of Milind Deora asking the party high command to form a three leader panel to run the Mumbai Congress organisational affairs.
Strongly slamming Deora for his suggestion Nirupam said a party organisation is always led by a leader.
Congress is not a corporate house to be run by board of directors added Sanjay Nirupam.
He voiced his resentment to the party high command as well.
It may be recalled that the elections in Maharashtra are due in three months from now and the Congress party is headless both in Maharashtra as well as in Mumbai.
The BJP, Shiv Sena and the Nationalist Congress party have already started the preparations for the assembly polls in Mahashtra while the Congress is still in doldrums having lost badly in the state in the general elections.
The party in the absence of the Mumbai chief as well as Maharashtra president compounded with intercine squabbles seems to be in jeopardy.
Moreover in Karnataka too it’s confronted with a rebellion with 11 of its MLAs becoming dissident having submitted letters of resignation to the speaker thus giving an opportunity of advantage to BJP to form its government.
Not only this but at the national level too after Rahul’s resignation there seems to be a leadership vaccum at the top with an alternative president not decided till date. The Congress Working Committee is expected to take place next week to decide the fate of a new president outside the Nehru Gandhi family.
The question however still exists whether the new incumbent would be able to regalvanise the party or not. It’s really a huge question mark ? What’s your take friends ?
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