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Rahul is the leader of the opposition: The proposal was passed by the Congress Working Committee

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New Delhi: The country is getting an opposition leader after 10 years. And Congress wants Rahul Gandhi, the main face of the party, for that position. The Congress Working Committee (CWC) meeting in Delhi on Saturday passed a resolution asking Rahul to take over as Leader of Opposition. At the same time, a resolution was passed requesting Sonia Gandhi to lead the parliamentary party of the party.

To get the post of Leader of Opposition, you have to get 10 percent of the total seats in the Lok Sabha. That means 55 MPs are required. In 2014 and 2019, the Congress could not even collect the minimum number. This time the situation is different. This time Congress has 99 MPs. With the support of India (INDIA) alliance partners. As a result, Congress has a good chance of cornering the government. In that case, if Rahul becomes the leader of the opposition party, the fight will be fierce, the highest policy making committee of the Congress believes.

In the meeting of the working committee on this day, the Congress leaders unanimously admitted that Rahul’s Bharat Jodo Yatra and Bharat Jodo Nyaya Yatra are behind the party’s signal to turn around after two Lok Sabhas. The top leaders of the party have also praised the activity with which he has brought the Congress to the people. All the credit for this result goes to Rahul. Even Congress president Mallikarjuna Kharge himself has requested MPs from Nai Wand and Rae Bareli to accept the post of Leader of Opposition.

However, it is not yet clear whether Rahul will eventually take up the post. If he becomes the leader of the opposition, Rahul will have to be stuck in the parliament. The efforts he is making to change the organization’s vole on the ground, or the public relations efforts he is making through the Bharat Jodo Yatra, are difficult to do from an important position like the leader of the opposition. Again Sonia Gandhi (Sonia Gandhi) is already in the position of the leader of the Congress parliamentary party. If Rahul becomes the leader of the Lok Sabha, then the BJP will get a chance to face the allegations of nepotism again.

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