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Shashi Tharoor and Mallikarjun Kharge
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Nominations have been made for the election of Congress President. Now the direct contest is between senior leaders Mallikarjun Kharge, Shashi Tharoor and former Jharkhand minister KN Tripathi. Kharge may be considered the strongest candidate in this election, but Shashi Tharoor has raised the concerns of Kharge supporters by refusing to withdraw his nomination.

Not only this, Shashi Tharoor has presented a strong challenge to Kharge even by not making the names of his proposers public. Till now, Kharge was believed to have internal support from the Gandhi family and would easily win the race, but Tharoor, who talks about the new vision, also has a long list of supporters.

The pressure being built on Tharoor
In the election for the post of President, Mallikarjun Kharge has submitted a list of proposers in 14 pages. On the other hand, Tharoor has submitted a list of proposers in five pages. However, he has refused to make the names of the proposers public. If reports are to be believed, some of Tharoor’s proponents say that he is being pressured to withdraw his nomination. Among Tharoor’s proponents are MPs Karti Chidambaram, Mohammad Javed, Pradyut Bordoloi.

So the game of G23 is over
On the other hand, if we talk about Kharge’s nomination papers, he has a long list of proposers. Among Kharge’s proponents, apart from loyalists to the Gandhi family, there is also the support of the leaders of the G23 group demanding a change in the Congress. While there are names like AK Antony, Ambika Soni, Ashok Gehlot, Digvijay Singh among the proponents of Kharge, while leaders like G23 leaders Mukul Wasnik, Bhupinder Singh Hooda, Anand Sharma, Manish Tewari are also included. It is being said in the reports that the Gandhi family has played a big trick by forwarding Kharge’s name and forced the G23 leaders to support him.

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Nominations have been made for the election of Congress President. Now the direct contest is between senior leaders Mallikarjun Kharge, Shashi Tharoor and former Jharkhand minister KN Tripathi. Kharge may be considered the strongest candidate in this election, but Shashi Tharoor has raised the concerns of Kharge supporters by refusing to withdraw his nomination.

Not only this, Shashi Tharoor has presented a strong challenge to Kharge even by not making the names of his proposers public. Till now, Kharge was believed to have internal support from the Gandhi family and would easily win the race, but Tharoor, who talks about the new vision, also has a long list of supporters.

The pressure being built on Tharoor

In the election for the post of President, Mallikarjun Kharge has submitted a list of proposers in 14 pages. On the other hand, Tharoor has submitted a list of proposers in five pages. However, he has refused to make the names of the proposers public. If reports are to be believed, some of Tharoor’s proponents say that he is being pressured to withdraw his nomination. Among Tharoor’s proponents are MPs Karti Chidambaram, Mohammad Javed, Pradyut Bordoloi.

So the game of G23 is over

On the other hand, if we talk about Kharge’s nomination papers, he has a long list of proposers. Among Kharge’s proponents, apart from loyalists to the Gandhi family, there is also the support of the leaders of the G23 group demanding a change in the Congress. While there are names like AK Antony, Ambika Soni, Ashok Gehlot, Digvijay Singh among the proponents of Kharge, while leaders like G23 leaders Mukul Wasnik, Bhupinder Singh Hooda, Anand Sharma, Manish Tewari are also included. It is being said in the reports that the Gandhi family has played a big trick by forwarding Kharge’s name and forced the G23 leaders to support him.

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