congress in assembly elections: congress party won only 55 seats from 690 total seats in 5 state assembly election results

After the results of the assembly elections in five states, voices of dissatisfaction started rising from within the Congress, then it cannot be called unnatural. It must be asked how strong these voices are and whether they can take the reform process within the party to any logical conclusion. There is no doubt that these election results are a setback for the Congress. In the elections held for a total of 690 assembly seats in five states, the Congress could barely win 55 seats. In UP, contesting on 403 seats, it could get only two seats. She could not stand in front of the storm of Aam Aadmi Party in Punjab. There was no such news from anywhere in Uttarakhand, Goa, Manipur, which would have given some satisfaction. After this, a prominent member of G-23 Ghulam Nabi Azad said that he cannot see the party dying like this. Another important member of G-23, Shashi Tharoor also said that if the party wants to succeed, then changes are necessary. Keep in mind, the name G-23 came up when 23 senior Congress leaders wrote a letter to the party’s working president Sonia Gandhi in August 2020, suggesting organizational reforms. Although the party leadership had also announced the intention of organizational elections, agreeing to their major suggestions, but they could not be implemented due to Corona.

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However, the party leadership has also shown readiness for the deliberations. Sonia Gandhi has spoken of convening a meeting of the party working committee soon to consider the election results. But the big question is what is going to happen in the name of deliberation and to what extent changes are going to be accepted within the party. Is the party going to be liberated from the leadership of the Gandhi family? However, making someone outside the Gandhi family as the national president does not guarantee that the influence of the Gandhi family in the party will end. The leadership of the party has gone into the hands of a person outside the Gandhi family many times in the past, but the party could not get out of the aura of this family. Then there is also the matter whether it is good or bad, but this family has also remained the main life force of the party for a long time. In such a situation, both the party and the Gandhi family are in front of a crisis. Whatever values ​​they talk about, their effort to protect them makes sense only if they remain relevant in politics. And politics has completely changed. If the oldest party of the country has to avoid being buried in history, then it has to rejuvenate itself.