The Congress leadership ‘crisis’ will complete a month next Tuesday, but there is still no clarity on how long it will take for the party to resolve it. The uncertainty seems to be hurting the party in States such as Maharashtra, Haryana and Jharkhand where Assembly elections are scheduled later this year. However, the Congress is yet to undertake any organisational restructuring in these poll-bound States as there is no clarity on who should initiate such a restructuring exercise. Gandhi announced his decision to step down as the party president and is learnt to have given a month’s time to the party to look for his replacement. But the party leadership is yet to take a decision in the absence of an active Congress president.
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