Also on the CWC agenda would be SC judgments on Rafale and Sabarimala issues. The party will take up issues related to economic slowdown in Parliament.
Sonia’s name was proposed by senior leader P Chidambaram as the Congress Working Committee (CWC) meeting on Saturday found there was no consensus on anyone else.
TPCC chief N Uttam Kumar Reddy, while welcoming the decision, stated that appointing Sonia Gandhi was the best decision under the current circumstances.
With all the five party sub-groups unitedly proposing Rahul's name as party chief, and Rahul refusing to go back on his decision, the mantle fell on Sonia again to shepherd the party.
The senior Congress leader said that he wouldn't push his name for the party president's post.
It is also being said that a group of leaders may be authorised by the CWC to decide the new party chief after consulting workers, after which a second meeting will be called to approve the name.
A number of partymen have expressed their opinion in public, saying the delay in selecting the new Congress chief is harming the party.
Congress leader in the Lok Sabha Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury faced flak and left his party embarrassed with his remarks suggesting that Jammu and Kashmir is not India’s internal matter.
Terming the abrogation of Article as "unilateral, brazen and undemocratic", the resolution said the state was dismembered by misinterpreting the provisions of the Constitution.
The Congress has been facing a severe leadership crisis for the last two months after Rahul Gandhi quit as President following the party's dismal show in the Lok Sabha elections.
Despite demands, Congress president Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has ruled herself out of the race for the top post.
Gandhi is very much a part of the working committee and would attend its next meeting, Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said.
The Congress party has been facing difficult times after the massive defeat in the Lok Sabha elections and Rahul Gandhi's resignation as its president.
Srinivas B V, who was appointed as national vice president of the youth wing last year, hails from Bhadravati in Shimoga district of Karnataka.
Rahul Gandhi resigned as the Congress President after the party suffered a rout in the Lok Sabha elections.