TAMILNADU CONGRESS COMMITTEE‬, S.VIJAYADHARANI‬,‪ INDIAN NATIONAL CONGRESS‬,‪ E.V.K.S.ELANGOVAN

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  • EVKS Elangovan was on Saturday named the new TN Congress Board of trustees President with the gathering tolerating the acquiescence of B S Gnanadesikan, who was agitated with his "disregard" by the AICC.
  • Congress President Sonia Gandhi has named Elangovan to the post, Congress General Secretary and responsible for Tamil Nadu Mukul Wasnik reported.
  • Elangovan had before likewise served as TNCC boss and was Clergyman of State in UPA-I.
  • Gnanadesikan had stopped as TNCC President on October 30 as he was irritated with his "disregard" by AICC.
  • "The State president does not have regard and powers," he had said, refering to a few examples putting down his part in the issues of the gathering to brace his point.
  • Previous union clergyman G K Vasan had yesterday turn out in Gnanadesikan's backing, in the midst of signs that his camp was cut up with the high order over the kept "sidelining" of his supporters.
  • TNCC Treasurer "Covai" Thangam, additionally a Vasan supporter, had likewise surrendered from his post yesterday with gathering sources demonstrating that more abdications would take after.
  • Vasan had said that Gnandesikan just mirrored "the temperament of the gathering laborers" by stopping from his post.
  • The meeting came in the background of developing disappointment in Vasan camp over "sidelining" of his supporters and high summon's protest to issuance of gathering participation cards with pictures of his dad G K Moopanar and Kamaraj, purportedly at the command of adversary camps.
  • Expressing that ten lakh enrollment cards were printed, Gnanadesikan had said that the high charge had asked him to "not utilize them" (as the cards had pictures of Kamaraj and Moopanar embellished on them).
  • Thangam said stopping conveyance of participation cards with pictures of Kamaraj and Moopanar had "ulterior thought processes and would set a wrong point of reference."
  • The Vasan camp, which has an extensive after among the units, is secured a turf war with previous union clergyman P Chidambaram.
  • Gnanadesikan blamed Chidambaram for not going to gathering capacities sorted out by him and for holding gatherings without his insight in regions.
  • Gnanadesikan had said, "I didn't have forces to designate individuals who drudged for the gathering, and those with posts did not work."
  • Blaming the high charge for insulting state units, he said amid Lok Sabha races the gathering high order held talks for organization together with a gathering in Tamil Nadu without his insight, evidently alluding to Congress' fizzled endeavors to charm DMDK's Vijaykant.
  • Chidambaram or his camp devotees have not authoritatively remarked so far post-Gnandesikan's renunciation.
  • In 2002, Vasan had consolidated the Tamil Manila Congress (TMC) established by his dad Moopanar after the Congress highcommand chose to adjust to AIADMK in 1996 Get together surveys disregarding restriction from TNCC.
  • The Madras High Court on Monday conceded restrictive expectant safeguard to Tamil Nadu Congress Board of trustees (TNCC) president E.V.K.S. Elangovan in a criminal intimidation and badgering body of evidence recorded against him on a protest of a lady.
  • Equity S. Vaidyanathan conceded the help to Mr. Elangovan and co-charged Narayanan, a staff at the Kamarajar Arangam, a theater keep running by a TNCC-controlled trust.
  • Equity Vaidyanathan guided the two to stay in Madurai for 15 days and sign and check their vicinity in the Thallakulam police headquarters.
  • The lady had leveled a few charges against the two regarding the assembly room's working furthermore blamed them for undermining her.
  • In his appeal, Mr. Elangovan had presented that the lady had been ended from administration on May 1 last and a case is pending under the watchful eye of the work court for her restoration.
  • He further fought that it was a false objection recorded with dubious and ridiculous charges for 'political reasons' and with no particular date or time (of event of the claimed intimidation).
  • The Congress gathering and tumult are two sides of the same coin. After the embarrassment of survey calamities, the Terrific Old Gathering is reeling under an incredible partition. The rudderless party, which clutches the Gandhi family like a limpet, doesn't appear to be anyplace close redesigning itself. Maybe, the state units are in a shambles, defiance is fermenting in Tamil Nadu and Congress pioneers are talking in distinctive voices.
  • All India Congress Board of trustees general secretary Digvijaya Singh mixed up a crisp discussion by saying that the time had want VP Rahul Gandhi to assume responsibility of the gathering from his mom Sonia Gandhi. "Rahul ought to assume control as gathering president as it is the need of great importance," he said. Singh, who is no more unusual to contentions, hurried to include this was his own appraisal. "The nation has ended up more youthful, and every one of us who host been in the gathering for 35 to 50 years ought to clear a path for the more youthful era," Singh told Mail Today. A few other senior Congress pioneers have apparently met Rahul as of late and recommended that he ought to assume control over the party's initiative. Then again, the proposal that Rahul ought to assume responsibility was instantly dismisses by the old watchman of the gathering. Makhanlal Fotedar, a senior Congress pioneer and previous Union clergyman who is viewed as near the Gandhi family, said there was no requirement for a change at the top.
  • "Rahul Gandhi is now assuming a major part... it is more than that of the gathering president. The Congress will be resuscitated again in the up and coming races. It will come back to control," Fotedar told Mail Today. He additionally indicated that Singh made the comments around a bigger part for Rahul due to individual hobbies. "Such things ought not be said openly. Sonia is our leader and will remain so," he included.
  • An excess of individual perspectives
  • Congress representative Anand Sharma said Singh's comments mirrored his own perspectives and not the party's position. "Whatever Digvijaya Singh has said is his own perspective. The Congress has constantly taken an aggregate perspective with regards to fortifying of the association or the enthusiasm of the nation."
  • Sharma said Sonia is a wellspring of "awesome motivation" for the gathering. "Rahul Gandhi is additionally a motivation and the fate of the gathering," he said.
  • In the mean time, in Tamil Nadu Congress is by all accounts heading for a split. On Saturday, previous Union Clergyman G.K. Vasan dropped clues about splitting without end to resuscitate the recent Tamil Maanila Congress (TMC) even as a crisp line ejected over Rahul Gandhi's part in the gathering.
  • Any move by Vasan to split far from the gathering would further exhaust the positions of the Congress close on the heels of its devastating annihilation in the state Get together surveys in Haryana and Maharashtra.
  • Vasan, whose father G.K. Moopanar had skimmed the TMC in Tamil Nadu in 1996, was rankled by the choice of the top initiative of the Congress to supplant state unit boss B.S. Gnanadesikan with EVKS Elangovan.
  • "I will declare my next arrangement of activity on November 3," Vasan told journalists in Chennai after discussions with his supporters. Be that as it may, Vasan raised the "Valamana Tamilagam, Valimayana Bharatham" (prosperous Tamil Nadu, lively India) trademark that was instituted by his dad, leaving few questions of his aims.
  • "In Tamil Nadu, the (Congress) can be reinforced just by summoning the legacy of Kamaraj and Moopanar," Vasan said in a reference to the tussle with the top authority of the gathering on whether the pictures of Congress symbols K. Kamaraj and Moopanar could be utilized on participation cards.
  • The issues of the Tamil Nadu section of the Congress emitted after Elangovan was selected as new president Tamil Nadu Congress Council after the gathering acknowledged the abdication of Gnanadesikan. Gnanadesikan, who quit as he was angry with his "disregard" by the party's top authority, was upheld by Vasan.
  • Gnanadesikan had charged that the Congress' authority in Delhi had not permitted them to utilize pictures of Kamaraj and Moopanar in the participation cards. The gathering has denied this.