Congress President’s election tomorrow, Kharge’s upper hand: 4 of Kharge, 6 polling agents of Tharoor, 414 delegates will vote in Rajasthan PCC

The ballot for the election of the National President of the Congress Party will take place on October 17. A total of 414 Rajasthani delegates will vote in the elections. Voting will take place for a total of 6 hours from 10:00 to 16:00. The contest sees contestants Mallikarjun Kharge and Shashi Tharoor. Both have placed their electoral agents in Rajasthan. The Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee has appointed 4 officials as election agents for Kharge. While there will be 6 election officials for Shashi Tharoor. Who is from the Professional Congress.

The elections will take place in two CCP polling booths. For Kharge, two teams each will be fielded alternately. Shashi Tharoor will have 3 teams as a voting agent. State Returning Officer (PRO) Rajendra Kumpawat was created in Rajasthan. Under whose supervision the election will take place. He will also be assigned four District Return Directors (DROs). All these returning officers are from outside Rajasthan. In each state of the country, 1 PRO and 4 DRO will complete the electoral process. Elections will be held in all states under the supervision of AICC Central Electoral Authority chairman Madhusudan Mistry.

The 4 electoral agents of Mallikarjun Kharge- Naseem Akhtar Insaaf, Ram Singh Kaswan, Lalit Toonwal, Mumtaz Masih.

6 surveyors for Shashi Tharoor- Rameshwar Vijay, Avinash Thanvi, Dr. Deepak Chaudhary, Adityanath Sharma, Aman Jain, Ashok Kumar Soni.

These 4 tellers will be deployed during the elections-

-Lokesh Jindal- Maharashtra, east of Nagpur. He was the DRO of Jaipur Rural.

-Shariq Ahmed- comes from Uttar Pradesh. Alwar remained DRO.

-Jayendra- comes from Uttarakhand. Be APRO first.

Digvijay Singh is from Uttar Pradesh. DRO in Haryana.

414 CCP delegates will vote

CCP spokesperson Swarnim Chaturvedi said in a conversation with the newspaper that on October 17, voting will take place from 10:00 to 16:00. There will be two polling booths. Arrangements are made to cast 200 votes in one booth and 214 in another booth. 414 delegate members of Rajasthan CPC will vote. The ballot boxes and ballot boxes will reach the CCP today. CPC members received special identity cards to vote in the last meeting. Those who remained can recover from the CCP.

Tomorrow morning when he comes to vote. Therefore, everyone must have the identity card of a voter. on which the barcode was executed. On the basis of this voting card, entry will be given to the polling station and the polling booth. For identification with this special CCP ID card, you will also need to bring your government photo ID card. Everyone was invited to vote after joining the CCP to vote.

Kharge's promoter is CM Ashok Gehlot.

Probable one-way vote in favor of Kharge

In Rajasthan, with CM Ashok Gehlot calling for votes in favor of Mallikarjun Kharge and nearly all leaders close to the Gandhi family in his favor, there is the possibility of a unilateral vote in favor of Kharge in Rajasthan. However, no such appeal was issued by the CCP. But it is believed that it is poorly studied.

Gehlot also publicly asked to vote for Kharge via social media and also claimed he was lobbying on his behalf.  It is also seen as CM Gehlot's strategy to politically get the next congressman from now on.

Counting and reporting of results on October 19th

Rajya Sabha MP Deepender Hooda, an election officer from Kharge in northern India, hosted a virtual meeting of the four Rajasthani officials. In which training was given explaining the duty and role during the elections. At the time of the elections, from the voting of the delegated voters to the closing of the polls and the departure for Delhi, their responsibilities were explained. At the end of the voting at 16:00, the returning officer will seal the casket in the presence of the tellers. In the evening, all the tellers will leave for Delhi with the ballot box. He will drop them off and join the AICC office in Delhi until late at night. Where the urns will be kept in a vault. The votes will be counted on October 19th and the result will be announced.

Both Kharge-Tharoor did not come to Rajasthan, they are calling for a roll call vote

Mallikarjun Kharge and Shashi Tharoor did not personally come to Rajasthan to campaign for themselves. Voice calls recorded by the two reached all 414 CCP delegates. The two themselves asked for votes. The call to vote was made with the aim of strengthening the Congress party.

Shashi Tharoor, candidate, national president, AICC

Tharoor appeals to the CCP delegates, vote without fear

Mallikarjun Kharge is losing ground for the president of the National Congress. His victory is also considered certain. Shashi Tharoor also understands this very well. Then, speaking to the CCP media in Delhi on October 13, he outlined his position regarding the secret ballot process in the elections and stated that the counting of all states’ votes would be done after obtaining them. mixed in one place so that there isn’t a clue. Find out how many votes came in favor of which leader of which state.

Supporters of Gehlot and Kharge target congressional leaders

Tharoor said he was aware that in some states top executives asked for votes against the guidelines. But he believes what Rahul Gandhi says. Where he gave the philosophy to move forward without fear. Therefore, there is a demand that the leader who must vote for any candidate vote without fear. They will not encounter any kind of problem. This statement by Tharoor is seen against calling Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot to vote for Kharge on social media. In which Gehlot made this appeal despite being the party leader of the legislature despite the directives of the central electoral commission.

Tharoor said, “Many CCP leaders have hosted and met with Kharge sahib but it was not for me. I visited the CCP, but the CCP leader was unavailable during this time. Do you see any difference in behavior? Candidates within the party are not treated equally. Describing it as an inequality playground, he said the two presidential candidates should be treated differently.

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