He stressed that the presidential election will take place according to the party’s rules.
”Everyone should be satisfied as there are no elections in any political party. Has anyone heard about the election of J P Nadda in the BJP, has anyone heard about the election of Amit Shah?” he said.
Nadda is the president of the BJP while the incumbent Home Minister Shah was his predecessor.
Responding to objections being raised by some party leaders on the fairness of the exercise, Maken said the election is being held according to the tradition and rules of the party.
Election for the post of Congress president is to be held on October 17.
During the meeting, Gehlot said claimed that democracy is in danger and the BJP is indulging in politics of polarisation.
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