Big change in Uttarakhand Congress, might get a new state president soon
After the death of Indira Hridayesh, there is talk of making Pritam Singh as Leader of Opposition. While the name of Prakash Joshi and Rajya Sabha MP Pradeep Tamta is running for state President
Uttarakhand Congress is currently facing many challenges. Assembly elections are on the head, but within the party, two factions have been formed. When the time came to speed up the election campaign, Leader of Opposition and veteran leader Dr. Indira Hridayesh suddenly passed away. Now it is being heard that soon big changes will be seen in the state Congress. There may be a major reshuffle in the organization of the State Congress Committee before the election of the Leader of the Opposition. There is talk of making the current PCC Chief and Chakrata MLA Pritam Singh as Leader of Opposition. If Pritam Singh becomes Leader of Opposition, Congress will have to choose a new PCC chief, this responsibility can be given to former National Secretary of Congress, Prakash Joshi. He could be the new PCC chief. Apart from Prakash Joshi, the name of Rajya Sabha MP Pradeep Tamta is also in discussion for the post of state president of Congress. For now, these are just discussions.
There is a flurry of change in the state Congress, but no big leader is ready to speak openly on it. Everyone is talking about the “orders” from the Congress High Command. According to the information received from the sources, the name of former National Secretary of Congress Prakash Joshi, who represents the Kumaon Mandal as a contender for the State Congress President, is on the top. He is considered close to Rahul Gandhi, although Prakash Joshi has dismissed all these speculations. Our first priority is to fill the post of Leader of Opposition, he said. The Leader of Opposition will be selected soon. On being given the responsibility of Leader of Opposition to Pritam Singh, he said that at present Pritam Singh is the President of the Pradesh Congress Committee and is performing his responsibility well. The task of reshuffling the organization rests with the Congress High Command. Whatever will be the order of the high command, all the workers will obey it.