Addressing a poll rally in Kharkhoda here on Sunday, Khattar launched a fierce attack on the Congress and the Jannayak Janta Party, asking the voters to show the door to these "family-based parties.
All India Congress Committee in-charge of Delhi Congress PC Chacko, who met party president Sonia Gandhi on October 10, said the next head of Delhi unit could be announced on Friday.
Lallu has replaced Raj Babbar who had resigned from the post soon after the results of 2019 Lok Sabha elections which witnessed a decimation of the grand old party in the state.
Move comes ahead of major party rejig so that they can be inducted at various levels
According to a senior party leader, Sonia is still trying to get a complete hold of party affairs after Rahul Gandhi stepped down as the president.
The party's General Secretary in-charge, Avinash Pande, kicked up a stir following his meeting with Sonia Gandhi on Friday by saying the demand for a full-time state President will soon be addressed.
The Delhi Congress president post has been lying vacant after the demise of Sheila Dikshit last month.
The main lesson of the non-cliffhanger Congress president fiasco was that the party’s perspective doesn’t go beyond a Gandhi.
Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh, welcoming Sonia Gandhi's appointment as interim president, said that given the current circumstances, she will be the best person tp guild the party.
The first resolution said that the CWC places on record its profound sense of appreciation and gratitude for the exceptional leadership provided by Rahul Gandhi as Congress president.
RS Surjewala clarified that Sonia and Rahul recused themselves from consultations so that their views don’t influence others in the group but will be present for the second CWC meeting.
Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said the CWC will meet again during the day to discuss the reports of the sub-groups and take a call on Rahul Gandhi's resignation.
The senior Congress leader said that he wouldn't push his name for the party president's post.
On being asked if the party will accept a 'non-Gandhi' president, Deora said that he does not see any reason why the senior leaders would not accept Captain Amrinder Singh's proposal.
The veteran Congress leader cautioned that the current situation in which the party is 'headless' can be 'seriously detrimental' to its way forward.