Assam CM Hemanta Biswa Sarma said votes for Shashi Tharoor will soon join BJP Congress leader replied ntc

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Saturday created a new debate by commenting on the Congress on the pretext of Shashi Tharoor. He said beyond the recent elections regarding the post of Congress President that he is hopeful that those who voted for Shashi Tharoor will soon join the BJP.

CM Sarma said that the results of the so-called internal elections of the Congress were known and declared even before the counting of votes. The only democratic people in the Congress were 1,000 delegates who showed courage and voted for Shashi Tharoor. I hope he will join BJP soon.

Assam CM's comment on Congress

Shashi Tharoor retaliated, video released

On the other hand, Shashi Tharoor retaliated on the statement of CM Himanta Sarma. He released a video saying that those who showed courage will never join BJP. Only those people will do this, who do not have the courage to fight. Before joining the BJP, the CM of Assam was a leader of the Congress party itself.

Shashi Tharoor hit back

Mallikarjun Kharge got 7897 votes

Last month’s Congress President’s election results were declared. In this, Mallikarjun Kharge was declared the winner. Congress got a president outside the Gandhi family after 24 years. Prior to this, Sitaram Kesari was the non-Gandhi president.

Voting for the post of Congress President was held on 17 October. Mallikarjun Kharge got 7897 votes in this election, while Shashi Tharoor, who contested against him, got only 1072 votes. 416 votes were declared invalid. A total of 9385 delegates cast their votes. Earlier elections were held for the post of President in Congress in 1939, 1950, 1977, 1997 and 2000.

Tharoor raised questions on credibility of elections

Now for information, let us tell you that Tharoor’s chief election agent Salman Soz had written a letter to the chairman of the party’s Central Election Authority, Madhusudan Mistry. After the results, that letter was written on his behalf. It was alleged that there was lack of credibility in the elections conducted in UP.

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