said- Needs new ideology
Bhopal. The Congress has faced a crushing defeat in the Delhi Assembly elections. The Congress has not even been able to open its account in Delhi. At the same time, on the defeat of Delhi, the National General Secretary of Congress Jyotiraditya Scindia says that the results were very disappointing. Scindia has said in Prithvipur that the Congress is in dire need of new thinking, new ideology and new methodology.
After the Congress defeat in Delhi, most of the Congress leaders are happy over the defeat of the BJP more than the party's defeat, but in the meantime the Congress in that Delhi is not constantly thinking about its mass base Doing where he has ruled continuously for 15 years. Now the Congress leader and former Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia has once again raised his own party to the dock, expressing concern over the Congress's very poor performance in Delhi's election results.
Niwari in Madhya Pradesh on Thursday afternoon Jyotiraditya Scindia, who arrived, described the performance of the Congress in Delhi election results as disappointing. When reporters asked Jyotiraditya Scindia about the Congress' poor performance in Delhi, Scindia said that Delhi's election results have come very disappointing for the Congress. The Congress is in dire need of new thinking, new ideology and new method. If that is our objective, after the Lok Sabha elections we have also won in many states with our allies, whether it is Jharkhand or Maharashtra, but the result of Delhi is very disappointing.
Even earlier, Jyotiraditya Scindia has questioned his own party. Jyotiraditya Scindia, while speaking to reporters on the Congress's poor performance in Maharashtra and Haryana assembly elections last year, said that the party now needs self-reflection for its performance. The Congress, which has been in power in Delhi for 15 consecutive years, has once again been reduced to zero in the recently held Delhi assembly elections.
Like the previous assembly elections, the Congress has not been able to open its account in Delhi once again. After this defeat, Delhi Congress President Subhash Chopra and Delhi Congress in-charge PC Chacko resigned. Resignations of Subhash Chopra and PC Chacko have also been accepted.