Bihar Assembly Election 2020: Congress ready to fight without ‘army’

The Congress, ousted from power in Bihar three decades ago, gradually forgot to enter the electoral arena without a crutch. Now even the team is less focused on the organization. The State Congress Committee has not been formed for three years. Madan Mohan Jha has been the state president alone for two years. The four executive chairpersons created for the collaboration were different at different times. After the Lok Sabha elections, preparations are underway for the Assembly elections without a party.

When Dr. Ashok Chowdhury Chowdhury was removed from the post of State Congress President, his entire committee was dissolved. The choice was given to the then Vice-President of choice Kaukab Qadri. He also continued the team without a committee. Finally, on 19 September 2018, Madan Mohan Jha was made full-time chairman. At that time, the Central Committee had fielded four candidates for the post of executive chairman.

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Shyam Sundar Singh Dheeraj, Dr. Ashok Ram, Kaukab Qadri and Sameer Singh are currently the executive presidents of the party. With the nomination of acting presidents, the party will hope that the state committee will be further improved. But the reality is that the state president usually has to sail alone.

In fact, there is no shortage of Congress leaders even after stepping down. The good news is that the majority of the second generation of old leaders have not yet moved away from Congress culture. So in every election the seats may come down in the party register but the number of candidates is quite large.

Earlier in the day, Leader of the Opposition Tejaswi Prasad Yadav had said that the Bihar government was 15 years behind schedule when it came to investigating the Nitish Kumar government.

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In a tweet on Saturday, Tejaswi Yadav wrote that Bihar ranks 226th in terms of industrial promotion and domestic trade. He said Bihar was the worst state in terms of investment and industry. Tejaswi said why Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and the NDA government, which has been in power for 15 years since liberalization, did not discuss the figures.

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