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Congress President Elections: Former MP CM Digvijaya Singh confirms Congress president poll bid, to file nomination tomorrow

Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister and senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh announced on Thursday that he would also contest the election of Congress President. For this, he has already collected the nomination letter.

By Priyanka Verma 
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New Delhi: Among the political crisis issued in Rajasthan, former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Digvijay Singh announced on Thursday that he would also contest the election of Congress President. For this, he has already collected the nomination letter. According to the information, Digvijay Singh, who came to Delhi, said that I have come here to collect my nomination form and filing tomorrow.

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Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Digvijay Singh announced to file nomination papers at a time when the possibility of filing the nomination papers of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot due to the political crisis of Rajasthan has been questioned.

At the same time, the Lok Sabha member Shashi Tharoor will filing nomination for the election of the president on September 30. Tell that nomination can be filed till September 30 for the election of Congress President. “There is discipline in the party under Soniaji,” Gehlot said, adding that events being reported by the media are small issues that keep happening.

According to the program announced for the election of Congress President, the notification was released on September 22 and the process of filing nomination papers was started on September 24, which will run till September 30. “Matters of a family are part and parcel of internal politics. We will solve everything,” the Rajasthan CM said.

He futher said, “You will see that in the coming days, decisions will be taken on the crisis the country is facing. We are concerned about issues on which Rahul Gandhi is undertaking a yatra.” The last date for withdrawing the nomination letter is eight October. On October 17, more than one candidate will be voted and the results will be declared on October 19.

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