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Congress’s central election authority issues notification for AICC president polls


Congress’s central election authority issues notification for AICC president polls

Last Updated on : 22 Sep,2022 | Source : Universal News Timeline

New Delhi:The Congress’s central election authority on Thursday issued a notification for the AICC president polls, setting the ball rolling for electing the successor to the longest-serving party chief Sonia Gandhi.
In the notification issued, Chairman of the Central Election Authority Madhusudan Mistry, under the power vested in him by provision of Article XVIII of the Constitution of the Indian National Congress, announced the election of the president of the party to be held as per the given schedule.
According to the notification, the process for filing nominations for the election will be held from September 24 to 30.
The date of scrutiny of the nomination papers will be October 1, while the last date of withdrawal of nominations will be October 8.
The election, if there is more than one candidate, will take place on October 17. The counting of votes and the declaration of results will be held on October 19.
“I hereby call upon the delegates of the Congress Party to elect the president of Indian National Congress in accordance with the provision made under Article XVIII,” Mistry said in the notification.
The nomination form will be available at the AICC Office, 24 Akbar Road, New Delhi, according to the notification.
The race for the Congress president’s post hotted up on Wednesday with Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot giving a clear indication that he could enter the poll fray and Shashi Tharoor meeting the party’s poll panel chief to enquire about the nomination formalities.
After over two decades, the Congress is set to see a contest for the post of party chief.

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