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Congress may introspect poll debacle in CWC meeting today
Source:  The Siasat Daily
Saturday, 25 May 2019 07:48

Congress may introspect poll debacle in CWC meeting today

New Delhi: After facing a humiliating defeat for the second time in the consecutive Lok Sabha elections, the Congress Working Committee (CWC) will meet today to discuss the reason for party’s debacle, sources said.

Though there was no official word on the agenda for the meeting, sources said the committee will talk about future strategies.

The CWC is also expected to take stock of the party’s loss in Uttar Pradesh.

Congress, despite extensive campaigning by its president Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi, was decimated to a single seat in Uttar Pradesh – Sonia Gandhi’s Raebareli Lok Sabha seat. Rahul Gandhi, who represented the Amethi seat since 2004, lost to BJP’s Smriti Irani.

The sources also indicated that the committee is likely to discuss party’s complete loss in the states like Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh where it had won the Assembly elections just five months ago.

All members of the committee have been instructed to talk and put their proposal openly in front of the committee in the meeting today, the sources said.

Speculations are that the party president Rahul Gandhi is likely to offer his resignation accepting moral responsibility for the debacle. However, Gandhi’s offer may not be accepted and the party may reaffirm its faith to work under his leadership, said sources.

Gandhi apparently wants to send a signal that he was also accountable for the party’s performance which was not any better than the 2014 results.

In the last elections, the Congress had won 44 seats, the lowest-score in its history, and improved its tally marginally by 8 to reach 52 seats in the latest elections.

Meanwhile, presidents of the party units in states like Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh and Odisha have offered to resign from their post accepting responsibility for the poor showing of the party in the just-concluded elections.


In 8 UP seats, BJP win margin less than Cong votes
Source:  The Economic Times
Saturday, 25 May 2019 07:48

In 8 UP seats, BJP win margin less than Cong votesFor the BJP, which won 64 seats in UP, there were all reasons to smile as its vote share grew to 49.6% from 42.3% even as it won nine fewer seats.

Narendra Modi government’s new Council of Ministers: Here’s who gets what
Source:  The Financial Express
Saturday, 25 May 2019 07:47

The Bharatiya Janata Party made a stunning comeback, winning 303 seats, 31 more than the half-way mark in the 543-member Lok Sabha. The NDA secured over 350 seats and the Congress party was restricted to just 52 seats.

Assam Board Exam 12th HSSLC Result 2019 Date: HS Final Year exam results to be declared today at 9 am on ahsec.nic.in
Source:  Firstpost
Saturday, 25 May 2019 07:46

Assam Board Exam 12th HSSLC Result 2019 Date| Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC) is expected to release the Class 12 or HS results today (Saturday, 25 May) on its official websites — resultsassam.nic.in and ahsec.nic.in

The post Assam Board Exam 12th HSSLC Result 2019 Date: HS Final Year exam results to be declared today at 9 am on ahsec.nic.in appeared first on Firstpost.


Chat room message: ‘Keep Calm…Jai Shri Ram’
Source:  The Economic Times
Saturday, 25 May 2019 07:46

Chat room message: ‘Keep Calm…Jai Shri Ram’Here’s what happened inside BJP supporters’ WhatsApp groups on counting day.

Scindias and Congress unable to digest defeat in Guna
Source:  Oneindia News
Saturday, 25 May 2019 07:45

New Delhi, May 25: Senior Congress leader and heir of Royal Scindia family Jyotiraditya Scindia has tasted defeat in Guna Parliamentary constituency in Madhya Pradesh. Scindia and the Congress high command are not able to digest the defeat as this was

Rahul may offer to quit in CWC meet tomorrow
Source:  Samachar
Saturday, 25 May 2019 07:44

Severely mauled for a second time in consecutive Lok Sabha elections, the Congress Working Committee (CWC) will be meeting here on Saturday to take stock of the situation as party President Rahul Gandhi is likely to offer his resignation accepting moral resonsibility for the debacle.

Though there was no official word on the agenda for the meeting, sources said Gandhi's offer may not be accepted and the party may reaffirm its faith to work under his leadership.

Gandhi apparently wants to send a signal that he was also accountable for the party's performance which was not any better than the 2014 results. In the last elections, the Congress won 44 seats, the lowest-score in its history, and improved its tally marginally by 8 to reach 52 in the current elections.

The CWC is expected to discuss the reasons for the party's debacle, especially in states like Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh where it had won the Assembly elections only five months ago and in Karnataka where the the BJP nearly swept the elections winning 25 of the 28 seats. In one seat, the candidate backed by the party won the election.

Sources said a decision to go into the defeat probably by setting up a committee like the A K Antony in a similar situation in the past also cannot be ruled out, the sources said.

Meanwhile, presidents of the party units in states like Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh and Odisha have offered to resign from their post accepting responsibility for the poor showing of the party in the just-concluded elections. (ANI)


Gujarat Board HSC Result For Arts, Commerce Released
Source:  NDTV News
Saturday, 25 May 2019 07:44

Gujarat Board has released HSC examination result for Arts and Commerce stream students.

Modi is biggest factor behind win: Bhupender Yadav
Source:  The Economic Times
Saturday, 25 May 2019 07:44

Modi is biggest factor behind win: Bhupender Yadav"Opposition tried to fight election on the basis of lies and misinformation," said Bhupender Yadav.

Alliances worked well for BJP in UP, Bihar
Source:  The Economic Times
Saturday, 25 May 2019 07:42

Alliances worked well for BJP in UP, BiharIn 2019, the BJP continued the alliance with the Apna Dal and added the Nishad Party to its fold in UP.

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