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Congress Facing Self-Inflicted Setbacks in Madhya Pradesh

Bhopal, May 2, 2024: The recent spate of setbacks for the Congress party in Madhya Pradesh, including the resignation of former minister Ramniwas Rawat and the withdrawal of candidates in key constituencies like Indore and Surat, highlights a deeper issue within the party’s organizational structure. These incidents not only underscore a lack of control and planning within the Congress but also expose deficiencies in its candidate selection process.

The Congress’s inability to retain talent has been evident over the past few years, with a significant exodus of leaders to other parties. According to reports, a large number of MLAs who switched parties between 2016 and 2020 were from the Congress, indicating a recurring trend of leaders with questionable loyalties.

Moreover, incidents like the recent remarks by Sam Pitroda on inheritance tax further exacerbate the party’s challenges. Pitroda’s history of controversial statements adds fuel to the perception of internal discord within the Congress ranks.

The party’s struggles with candidate selection and internal cohesion have led to instances of self-sabotage, such as candidates withdrawing from contests after their official announcement, damaging the party’s electoral prospects.

Internal squabbles and suspicions of connections with rival parties have eroded confidence in the Congress’s ability to present a united front. The recent incidents in Madhya Pradesh only serve to reinforce this perception, further complicating the party’s electoral strategy.

As the Congress navigates the remaining phases of the election, it faces an uphill battle to rectify these self-inflicted setbacks. Meanwhile, the BJP seeks to capitalize on these weaknesses to bolster its narrative of political dominance.

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