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Shashi Tharoor reached Rajghat before nomination, said- ‘You can shake the world in a humble way’

Congress President Election 2022: The election for the post of president in the Congress party is going to be held on October 17. Today (Friday) is the last day for nominations. Congress MP Shashi Tharoor has filed his nomination to contest for the post of President. On Friday morning, Shashi Tharoor went to the memorial of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi located at Raj Ghat before filling the form. There he paid his tribute to Rajiv Gandhi.

What Tharoor said in the tweet
He gave this information through Twitter. Tharoor tweeted, for India 21Tribute paid this morning to the personality who made the path of the th century, Reiterating the words of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, he said,India is an old, but a young nation , I strengthen India in the service of humanity, independent, I dream of being self-reliant and ahead of all the nations of the world,

Remembering Mahatma Gandhi too
Apart from this, Tharoor went to the memorial of Mahatma Gandhi located at Raj Ghat itself. Remembering Mahatma Gandhi, bowed his head in front of the statue. In his second tweet, he said that before filling the form, he paid tribute to the great soul at Rajghat. Recalling the thoughts of Mahatma Gandhi, Tharoor wrote, “In a humble way, you can shake the world.”

when will the voting take place
Let us tell you that Shashi Tharoor will contest for the post of Speaker against the Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge. This is happening for the first time in 20 years that the Gandhi family in Congress has decided not to contest for the post of president. Voting for the post of president will be held on October 17. The decision of this election will come after 2 days on 19 October.

Tharoor was part of the group in G-23
Shashi Tharoor was also among the 23 senior Congress leaders now known as G-23. These leaders wrote a letter to Congress President Sonia Gandhi in 2020, demanding comprehensive reforms in the party.

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