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No pressure, no pressure, fair elections conducted, know these things of ‘TN Seshan’ of Congress

New Delhi : Many things were special in the election of the President of Congress. Elections were held for the post of party president after 22 years. This was the sixth election for the post of president in the history of the party. Madhusudan Mistry as the chairman of the Central Election Authority of the AICC was equally in the news apart from the two rivals who participated in the election. Madhusudan Mistry, considered a trusted face of the Congress, maintained his fair and unambiguous image. He carried out his responsibility of conducting the elections for the post of Congress President very well. Such was his fairness and strictness in following the rules that he was given the title of ‘TN Seshan of the party’ by the allies.

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Generally very wise and careful in choosing his words, in his post-poll media interaction, Mistry vehemently dismissed any interference of Rahul Gandhi or Sonia Gandhi in this election. He insisted that the elections were conducted in a completely democratic manner without any pressure or interference. His statement proved to be true when Congress Presidential candidate Shashi Tharoor described him as a ‘fair minded’ person. His electoral stance was so strong that Congress general secretary Jairam Ramesh compared Mistry to former Chief Election Commissioner T N Seshan. “He (Mistry) is tough and honest and is capable of conducting fair, free and transparent elections,” he said.

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Political experience of more than five decades
“I had to get the resignations of three spokespersons following his instructions so that they could campaign for a candidate,” he said. Madhusudan Mistry was born on 3 January 1945 in Asarwa, Ahmedabad to Devaram Gopal Ram and Tulsi Ben. He completed his MA in Geography after attending the local school. did. Worked as a college lecturer in Ahmedabad itself. While teaching, he campaigned in favor of Praja Socialist Party candidate in 1969. At that time his image was that of a labor leader. The next year he left teaching and became active as a labor leader. Later he joined the Textile Mazdoor Sangh of Ahmedabad.
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Development Studies course from Oxford
In 1977, Mistry went to Oxford on a scholarship and did a course in development studies there. After returning in 1979, he worked with Oxfam as a field officer for five years. In 1985, he founded an NGO ‘Disha’ for the welfare of Dalits, forest workers, tribal women and laborers. His organization did great work for its target groups in Gujarat. In 1996, when BJP leader Shankar Singh Vaghela rebelled against the party and formed the Rashtriya Janata Party (RJP), Mistry joined them. After two years when RJP merged with Congress, he became a member of Congress.

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Mistry was elected to the 13th Lok Sabha on a Congress ticket in the 2001 by-election to the Sabarkantha Lok Sabha seat. After this he also became a member of the 14th Lok Sabha from Sabarkantha in 2004 and was a member of several parliamentary committees. He lost the 2009 Lok Sabha elections from the same seat to BJP’s Mahendra Singh Chouhan. After this, in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, he was pitted against Narendra Modi from Vadodara but he had to face defeat by a huge margin. The Congress sent Mistry to the Rajya Sabha in 2014. He has held several positions in the party, including general secretary in-charge of the Congress for politically important Uttar Pradesh. Eight years ago, he was being talked about as the Congress leader who lost to Narendra Modi by a record number of votes. Nowadays, he is once again in the discussion for the best way to conduct the election for the post of Congress President.



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