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Names of Congressmen who created ruckus summoned –

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Chandigarh, September 10

Haryana Pradesh Congress in-charge Deepak Babaria has called for a report from the team of coordinators sent to the districts for feedback regarding the names of the district presidents. Babaria is currently in Delhi. Coordinators have been given two days – Monday and Tuesday – to submit their reports. During both these days, the Cardinals will be able to meet the in-charge and submit their reports.

Not only this, he has also asked the coordinators for a list of those leaders and workers who created ruckus during the district meetings. There was sloganeering, pushing and even fighting among the workers in many districts. The party high command has taken strict notice of these incidents. It is said that following the instructions of party president Mallikarjun Kharge and MP Rahul Gandhi, the in-charge has identified those who created ruckus and asked them to submit their report. The party leadership had appointed district-wise AICC coordinators for the selection process of district presidents. For his cooperation, two leaders each were attached to him as coordinators from PCC (State Congress Committee). 11 coordinators of AICC and 22 of State Congress Committee i.e. now 33 coordinators will together give feedback to the in-charge about the meetings held with leaders and workers.

In-charge Deepak Babariya says that after the report comes, it will be compiled in the next two-three days. After preparing the panel of list of all 22 districts, we will hand it over to the party’s National General Secretary (Organization) KC Venugopal. Venugopal will discuss this list with party president Mallikarjun Kharge and Rahul Gandhi. There is a national convention of Congress in Telangana on 16th and 17th September. The entire leadership is busy preparing for this event. After the convention, the party high command will hold one-to-one dialogue with senior leaders of Haryana Congress regarding the possible names of district presidents. The leadership is trying to release the first list of district heads unanimously.

It is noteworthy that in Faridabad and Palwal districts, AICC had appointed Hansmukh Chaudhary as the coordinator and on behalf of PCC, former education ministers Geeta Bhukkal and Chakraborty Sharma remained attached to him. Abdul Hannan was the coordinator in Gurugram and Nuh. Balbir Valmiki and Abdul Ghaffar Qureshi were put on duty to assist him. In Rewari and Mahendragarh, Dhiru Bhai Patel, Kuldeep Vats and Pawan Buwaniwala together gathered feedback. Anil Yadav, Vijay Pratap Singh and Lal Bahadur Khohal were on duty for Bhiwani and Charkhi Dadri. Deepak Pathak was the coordinator in Rohtak and Jhajjar and Randhir Singh and Rao Narendra Singh were added for his cooperation. For Sonipat and Jind, Mayank Patel, Mewa Singh and Ajay Sharma interacted with the workers and collected feedback. Yograj Bhadauria was appointed coordinator of Panipat and Karnal.

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Coordinators have been asked to submit district wise reports. They will submit their reports to me in the next two days. After this, I will prepare the report of all 22 districts in two to three days and submit it to the party leadership. After this the leadership will decide when to release the first list of district heads. Instructions have been given to prepare a list of those who created ruckus during the meetings.

-Deepak Babariya, State Congress in-charge

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