Youth Leadership Decisions, Soon Roadmap: Parliamentary Sachin Pilot
Republican Rajasthan leader Sachin Pilot told Bibarud during a party brainstorming session in Udaipur. He said the Parliamentary Commission made important decisions about the youth in the organization, and a blueprint and roadmap would appear after the three-day meeting. A 44-year-old former member of parliament, who became the youngest member of parliament at the age of 26 in 2004, said more than half of the party leaders were under 50, which would be reflected in the election of the prime minister. In the same way.
Repeating the need for “new and fresh energy,” Pilot took over the reins again in support of 51-year-old former leader Rahul Gandhi.
Udaipur’s conclave will focus on a time-limited, action-oriented reform process within the party, sources said. The main demands of the Parliamentary Commission to strengthen collective decision-making have also been accepted.
Some of the reforms that are likely to be part of the declaration that Chintan Sybil will conclude, according to party sources, are to book half of the party’s posts under the age of 50, an active parliamentary commission, And the formula of “one family, one ticket” is included. Congress also plans to amend the term of office for up to five years in an organization’s position with a three-year cooling-off period.
Approximately 400 leaders, including Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi, and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, are attending the Chintansibir, which was called in the aftermath of the party’s five-state blunder in recent elections. A “major change” awaits, Parliamentary leader Ajay Macken said at the start of the conclave.