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Will Congress kneel before Bhupinder Singh Hooda, who won in ‘Loyal’ and ‘Badwal’?

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Haryana Congress is also in trouble and now there are reports that Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda’s exercise has put the party under pressure. It is being said that Hooda is demanding change of leadership in the state Congress and he has also intensified efforts in this direction. At present, the Haryana Pradesh Congress Committee is headed by Kumari Selja. Recently, Congress held a meeting with state leaders in Delhi.

According to a report, Hooda first demonstrated his strength by meeting with supporters in New Delhi. At the same time, on Thursday, he also remained absent from the party movement. Hooda camp wants that the high command should make Deependra Hooda the state president instead of Selja. In return, former CM Hooda can express his willingness to resign as leader of the Congress Legislature Party and a non-Jat leader of his choice. An AICC official said, “AICC is discussing issues including Haryana Congress and we are hopeful that a solution will be found soon.”

The Haryana Congress leaders’ meeting called by Rahul Gandhi on March 25 failed. Hooda arrived at the CLP meeting in Delhi on Monday with his son and 23 of the 31 Congress MLAs. It is worth mentioning that on the same day, Selja had called senior Congress leaders including Hooda for a meeting in Chandigarh to discuss the special session of the Legislative Assembly on the situation in Chandigarh.

The ‘loyal’ Shailaja had complained in a meeting called by Rahul Gandhi. He said the high command did not give him organizational teams of PCC and DCC due to opposition from Hooda camp and weakened him by portraying him as a Dalit and a woman PCC chief during his appointment in 2019. It is being said that if Selja is asked to resign, special attention will be given to her reply.

Before Shailja, Ashok Tanwar was also a Dalit and was removed from the post after tensions with the Hooda camp. Later, Tanwar left the Congress and joined the Aam Aadmi Party. It remains to be seen how the Congress will deal with Hooda, as it may show how the leadership treats those who want change and are loyal.

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