Congress committee – Citrus Congress 2012 http://citruscongress2012.org/ Mon, 19 Sep 2022 04:43:57 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://citruscongress2012.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-120x120.jpg Congress committee – Citrus Congress 2012 http://citruscongress2012.org/ 32 32 Big Oil Companies Practice Greenwashing, Says Congressional Committee | Rigzone https://citruscongress2012.org/big-oil-companies-practice-greenwashing-says-congressional-committee-rigzone/ Sat, 17 Sep 2022 14:03:45 +0000 https://citruscongress2012.org/big-oil-companies-practice-greenwashing-says-congressional-committee-rigzone/ A House Congressional committee said internal documents from Exxon Mobil Corp., Chevron Corp., Shell Plc and BP Plc reveal their public promises to fight climate change amounted to greenwashing. A cache of emails, lobbying and executive preparedness documents obtained by the Oversight and Reform Committee shows that big oil companies’ climate promises are based on […]]]>

A House Congressional committee said internal documents from Exxon Mobil Corp., Chevron Corp., Shell Plc and BP Plc reveal their public promises to fight climate change amounted to greenwashing.

A cache of emails, lobbying and executive preparedness documents obtained by the Oversight and Reform Committee shows that big oil companies’ climate promises are based on “unproven technology, accounting gimmicks and a misleading language to mask reality,” subcommittee chair Ro Khanna said in an emailed statement.

Shell touted an ambitious path to net zero emissions, but internally stressed it had “nothing to do with our business plans,” emails showed. Exxon has sought to water down statements from the industry’s Oil and Gas Climate Initiative to remove the commitment to abide by the Paris Agreement.

“Creating a link between our advocacy/commitments and the Paris Agreement could create a potential commitment to defend the objectives of the Paris Agreement,” an Exxon executive said in a briefing note to CEO Darren Woods in August 2019.

The committee released the emails after a year-long investigation into whether Big Oil misled the public about climate change, a claim the industry denies. A hearing on the matter has been set for Thursday.

“As we face more deadly extreme weather around the world, fossil fuel companies are reaping record profits and stepping up their deceptive public relations tactics to distract from their central role in fueling the world. climate crisis,” said Rep. Carolyn Maloney, chair of the commission. Monitoring and Reform, said in a statement.

Shell has been producing climate trajectories for decades “and it is widely understood that they are not prescriptions, predictions or intended to represent Shell’s current business plan,” the company said in a statement.

Exxon “has supported the Paris Agreement since its inception in 2015 and continues to support the U.S. government’s participation in the framework,” it said in a statement. BP said it has set short-term goals in line with its ambition to become a net zero company by 2050.

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India News | Deputy Chairman of Himachal Pradesh Congress Committee resigns from post https://citruscongress2012.org/india-news-deputy-chairman-of-himachal-pradesh-congress-committee-resigns-from-post/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 17:18:20 +0000 https://citruscongress2012.org/india-news-deputy-chairman-of-himachal-pradesh-congress-committee-resigns-from-post/ Bilaspur (Himachal Pradesh) [India]Sep 16 (ANI): The Himachal Pradesh Congress Committee has suffered a major setback as Deputy Chairman of the State Congress Committee, Ram Lal Thakur resigned from his post. Ram Lal Thakur is a senior Congress official in Bilaspur District and former Minister and Naina Devi Assembly Member and currently Deputy Chairman of […]]]>

Bilaspur (Himachal Pradesh) [India]Sep 16 (ANI): The Himachal Pradesh Congress Committee has suffered a major setback as Deputy Chairman of the State Congress Committee, Ram Lal Thakur resigned from his post.

Ram Lal Thakur is a senior Congress official in Bilaspur District and former Minister and Naina Devi Assembly Member and currently Deputy Chairman of the State Congress Committee.

Read also | PM Narendra Modi’s Birthday 2022: Tamil Nadu BJP is planning a host of events, to gift gold rings to newborn babies.

He announced his resignation at a press conference in Bilaspur on September 16. While announcing their resignation from the post of vice president, he declared that he would remain in the Congress party and participate in all the work done by Congress.

Ram Lal Thakur is not in the running to become chief minister.

Read also | Congress leader Rahul Gandhi criticizes the BJP and says that “unemployment has never been so high, but the government is only interested in protecting rich men”.

Ramlal Thakur said, “One in three people in the State Congress Committee is running for Chief Minister, but he is not in this race.”

He clearly stated that he was not in the race for the CM at all, and that he could never think so, he stated that he “always worked under the orders of the State Congress Committee” .

“I am not one of those who will leave the party or join others, I will stay in the Congress itself. Everyone in the party works in a different way some go one way some go another. I will remain chairman of the election management committee, but I do not want to work as vice-chairman of the HPCC,” he added.

“I am not asking for any position or membership of the committee, but the party tickets should be given to those who can win. The leaders are marching in different directions which will harm the party ahead of the assembly elections,” Ram said. Lal Thakur. .

The Himachal Pradesh Congress Committee says the issue will be resolved by senior management. Chief Spokesperson and Chairman of the Media Wing of the State Congress Committee, Naresh Chauhan, said that “Thakur has not yet tendered his resignation to the State Party in Charge of Chief and high command of the State party”. He said the party was trying to contact him and the matter would be resolved. (ANI)

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Cuttack District Convention Committee donates bathroom door to CMC Mayor https://citruscongress2012.org/cuttack-district-convention-committee-donates-bathroom-door-to-cmc-mayor/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 10:35:26 +0000 https://citruscongress2012.org/cuttack-district-convention-committee-donates-bathroom-door-to-cmc-mayor/ In an unusual form of protest, members of the Cuttack District Congressional Committee on Wednesday offered a bathroom door to CMC Mayor Subhash Chandra Singh after observing that he could not afford to fix a door in his bathroom when he was asked about different development work for various neighborhoods. . Singh had made the […]]]>

In an unusual form of protest, members of the Cuttack District Congressional Committee on Wednesday offered a bathroom door to CMC Mayor Subhash Chandra Singh after observing that he could not afford to fix a door in his bathroom when he was asked about different development work for various neighborhoods. .

Singh had made the statement on Tuesday during a CMC council meeting related to the upcoming Durga Puja. Opposition members entered the meeting room to draw Singh’s attention and describe the fate of their respective quarters.

When they asked Singh about his promise of development work for various departments, as discussed in previous meetings, he became furious and said his bathroom door was broken and he couldn’t even fix it. that.

Shortly after his statement went viral, members of the Congressional Committee today purchased a bathroom door and handed it over to the CMC commissioner to be given to Singh. A team led by Cuttack Zilla Congressional Committee Chairman Manas Choudhury met with the CMC Commissioner, handed the door to him, and asked him to hand it over to Singh.

Cuttack District Convention Committee Chairman Manas Choudhury said: ‘What will the situation be if he goes to the bathroom with no door. His situation is similar to that of the JICA project. He says he can’t afford a door. So, we have brought a door for him and will also give Rs 500 for assembly fee.

“If a mayor can’t fix a door on his bathroom, then what job will he do for the CMC. I think he may not have received clearance from the CMC commissioner or the third floor. He has no power of his own until the order comes from the third floor. So we decided to give her a bathroom door,” he added.

A day ago, BJP leaders created a ruckus at the Cuttack Municipal Corporation (CMC) board meeting by storming into the meeting room and showing black flags to CMC Mayor Subhash Singh .

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Assam Pradesh Congress Committee member Kamrul Islam Choudhury resigns https://citruscongress2012.org/assam-pradesh-congress-committee-member-kamrul-islam-choudhury-resigns/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 07:28:00 +0000 https://citruscongress2012.org/assam-pradesh-congress-committee-member-kamrul-islam-choudhury-resigns/ Assam Pradesh Congress Committee Secretary General Kamrul Islam Choudhury tendered his resignation from the Congress party’s primary membership on September 11, 2022. The resignation was declared due to the “directionless and confused leadership of Congress over the past few months”. In his letter to Congresswoman Sonia Gandhi, Choudhury also expressed dissatisfaction with the cross-voting of […]]]>
Assam Pradesh Congress Committee Secretary General Kamrul Islam Choudhury tendered his resignation from the Congress party’s primary membership on September 11, 2022.

The resignation was declared due to the “directionless and confused leadership of Congress over the past few months”.

In his letter to Congresswoman Sonia Gandhi, Choudhury also expressed dissatisfaction with the cross-voting of Congress MPs in the presidential elections and the party’s inability to deal with the situation.

It demoralized thousands of rank-and-file workers like him who worked day and night for the welfare of the party, Choudhury said.

Choudhury’s resignation comes days after Congressman Ghulam Nabi Azad left the party, ending his five-decade affiliation with Congress.

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DPWH and NEDA attend Congressional Committee Meeting on Flagship Programs and Projects https://citruscongress2012.org/dpwh-and-neda-attend-congressional-committee-meeting-on-flagship-programs-and-projects/ Thu, 08 Sep 2022 11:14:10 +0000 https://citruscongress2012.org/dpwh-and-neda-attend-congressional-committee-meeting-on-flagship-programs-and-projects/ Key figures from the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) and the National Economic Development Authority (NEDA) attended the special briefing requested by the House of Representatives Flagship Programs and Projects Committee. At the direction of DPWH Secretary Manuel M. Bonoan, Principal Undersecretary Emil K. Sadain on Wednesday, September 7, 2022 briefed committee members […]]]>

Key figures from the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) and the National Economic Development Authority (NEDA) attended the special briefing requested by the House of Representatives Flagship Programs and Projects Committee.

At the direction of DPWH Secretary Manuel M. Bonoan, Principal Undersecretary Emil K. Sadain on Wednesday, September 7, 2022 briefed committee members on the status of the country’s flagship programs and projects.

This came after this new regular committee of the 19th Congress met for its organizational meeting and the adoption of the rules of procedure physically chaired by Senior Vice President Maria Carmen S. Zamora in Conference Rooms 3 and 4 of the RV Mitra Building of Congress in the absence of President Congressman Claude P. Bautista.

The Flagship Programs and Projects Committee is responsible for matters directly and primarily related to the identification, prioritization, implementation, monitoring, evaluation and review of highly strategic infrastructure programs and projects.

Principal Undersecretary Sadain, responsible for implementing flagship projects under the Build Build Build program during the last eight (8) months of President Rodrigo Duterte’s administration, provided committee members present at the physical meeting and virtually by videoconference zoom comprehensive information and status of the country’s flagship programs and projects.

Recognizing that the backbone of an economy is its infrastructure, President Ferdinand Romualdez Marcos Jr. previously said in his first State of the Nation address in July 2022 that the Duterte administration’s infrastructure agenda must not only continue but, where possible, be extended to maintain momentum.

Under the administration of President Marcos, the government aims to “build better more” infrastructure as it intends to prioritize the construction of better roads from farm to market and support the development programs of the irrigation that will improve agricultural production for food security; the development of more routes leading to tourist destinations to facilitate the revival, recovery and resilience of the tourism industry in the face of the devastating effects of the Covid-19 pandemic; and constructing resilient school buildings with comfortable and spacious classrooms to deliver quality education, Principal Undersecretary Sadain said.

Principal Undersecretary Sadain indicated that there are approximately 119 Flagship Infrastructure Projects (PFIs) prioritized as nationally significant and game-changing projects which are considered a subset of the program. Build Build Build, the flagship program to accelerate infrastructure development.

Of the 119 PFIs implemented by 17 agencies, 76 are in the transport and mobility sector, 15 in the urban development sector, 11 in the water resources sector, three (3) in the electricity sector and energy, 10 from the information and communication technologies sector and four (4) from the health sector.

Five (5) of the 15 completed flagship infrastructure projects of the PFIs fall under the portfolio of the DPWH, namely the Bonifacio Global City-Ortigas Center Link Road Project; Binondo-Intramuros Bridge and Estrella-Pantaleon Bridge under China grant bridges; improvement of the remaining sections along the Pasig River from the Delpan Bridge to the Napindan Canal; support program for the rehabilitation and reconstruction of the city of Marawi and its surroundings; and the Flood Risk Management Project (FRIMP) in the Cagayan, Tagoloan and Imus rivers.

In addition to the completed IFPs, two (2) projects are partially open or commissioned by the end of June 2022, with people now reaping the benefits of the project, including the Samar Pacific Coastal Highway Project in the Eastern Visayas and Malitubog – irrigation of Maridagao – Phase 2 in municipalities of the province of Cotabato and Maguindanao while 10 other projects will be completed by the end of 2022.

The meeting streamed live on the official House of Representatives Facebook page was physically attended by Congressman Nelson L. Dayanghirang, Congressman Joseph S. Tan and Committee Secretary Ms. Cristina S. Sulaik.

Other participants are NEDA Deputy Secretary Roderick M. Planta; Deputy Secretary of the DPWH Constante A.

Llanes Jr.; DPWH Project Directors Ramon A. Arriola III, Benjamin A. Bautista, Sharif Madsmo H. Hasim and Rodrigo I. Delos Reyes, DPWH Director Randy R. Del Rosario and NEDA OIC Director Aldwin U. Urbina.

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DPWH and NEDA attend Congress Committee Meeting on Flagship Programs and Projects https://citruscongress2012.org/dpwh-and-neda-attend-congress-committee-meeting-on-flagship-programs-and-projects/ Thu, 08 Sep 2022 05:10:00 +0000 https://citruscongress2012.org/dpwh-and-neda-attend-congress-committee-meeting-on-flagship-programs-and-projects/ QUEZON CITY – Key figures from the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) and the National Economic Development Authority (NEDA) attended the special briefing requested by the House Flagship Programs and Projects Committee representatives. At the direction of DPWH Secretary Manuel M. Bonoan, Principal Undersecretary Emil K. Sadain on Wednesday, September 7, 2022 briefed […]]]>

QUEZON CITY – Key figures from the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) and the National Economic Development Authority (NEDA) attended the special briefing requested by the House Flagship Programs and Projects Committee representatives.

At the direction of DPWH Secretary Manuel M. Bonoan, Principal Undersecretary Emil K. Sadain on Wednesday, September 7, 2022 briefed committee members on the status of the country’s flagship programs and projects.

This came after this new regular committee of the 19th Congress met for its organizational meeting and the adoption of the rules of procedure physically chaired by Senior Vice President Maria Carmen S. Zamora in Conference Rooms 3 and 4 of the RV Mitra Building of Congress in the absence of President Congressman Claude P. Bautista.

The Flagship Programs and Projects Committee is responsible for matters directly and primarily related to the identification, prioritization, implementation, monitoring, evaluation and review of highly strategic infrastructure programs and projects.

Principal Undersecretary Sadain, responsible for implementing flagship projects under the Build Build Build program during the last eight (8) months of President Rodrigo Duterte’s administration, provided committee members present at the physical meeting and virtually by videoconference zoom comprehensive information and status of the country’s flagship programs and projects.

Recognizing that the backbone of an economy is its infrastructure, President Ferdinand Romualdez Marcos Jr. previously said in his first State of the Nation address in July 2022 that the Duterte administration’s infrastructure agenda must not only continue but, where possible, be extended to maintain momentum.

Under the administration of President Marcos, the government aims to “build better more” infrastructure as it intends to prioritize the construction of better roads from farm to market and support the development programs of the irrigation that will improve agricultural production for food security; the development of more roads leading to tourist destinations to facilitate the revival, recovery and resilience of the tourism industry in the face of the devastating effects of the Covid-19 pandemic; and constructing resilient school buildings with comfortable and spacious classrooms to deliver quality education, Principal Undersecretary Sadain said.

Principal Undersecretary Sadain noted that there are approximately 119 Flagship Infrastructure Projects (PFIs) prioritized as game-changing projects of national significance and considered a subset of the program. Build Build Build, the flagship program to accelerate infrastructure development.

Of the 119 PFIs implemented by 17 agencies, 76 are in the transport and mobility sector, 15 in the urban development sector, 11 in the water resources sector, three (3) in the electricity sector and energy, 10 from the information and communication technologies sector and four (4) from the health sector.

Five (5) of the 15 completed flagship infrastructure projects of the PFIs fall under the portfolio of the DPWH, namely the Bonifacio Global City-Ortigas Center Link Road Project; Binondo-Intramuros Bridge and Estrella-Pantaleon Bridge under China grant bridges; improvement of the remaining sections along the Pasig River from the Delpan Bridge to the Napindan Canal; support program for the rehabilitation and reconstruction of the city of Marawi and its surroundings; and the Flood Risk Management Project (FRIMP) in the Cagayan, Tagoloan and Imus rivers.

In addition to the completed IFPs, two (2) projects are partially open or commissioned by the end of June 2022, with people now reaping the benefits of the project, including the Samar Pacific Coastal Highway Project in the Eastern Visayas and Malitubog – irrigation of Maridagao – Phase 2 in municipalities of the province of Cotabato and Maguindanao while 10 other projects will be completed by the end of 2022.

The meeting streamed live on the official House of Representatives Facebook page was physically attended by Congressman Nelson L. Dayanghirang, Congressman Joseph S. Tan and Committee Secretary Ms. Cristina S. Sulaik.

Other participants are NEDA Deputy Secretary Roderick M. Planta; DPWH Assistant Secretary Constante A. Llanes Jr.; DPWH Project Managers Ramon A. Arriola III, Benjamin A. Bautista, Sharif Madsmo H. Hasim and Rodrigo I. Delos Reyes, DPWH Manager Randy R. Del Rosario and NEDA OIC Manager Aldwin U. Urbina. (DPWH)

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Another 20 leaders of Jammu’s Northern District Congress Committee resign in support of Leader Ghulam Nabi Azad https://citruscongress2012.org/another-20-leaders-of-jammus-northern-district-congress-committee-resign-in-support-of-leader-ghulam-nabi-azad/ Fri, 02 Sep 2022 12:23:40 +0000 https://citruscongress2012.org/another-20-leaders-of-jammus-northern-district-congress-committee-resign-in-support-of-leader-ghulam-nabi-azad/ 20 More Jammu Northern District Congress Committee Leaders Resign in Support of Leader Ghulam Nabi Azad | Image source: ANI/Twitter In another shock to the Jammu and Kashmir Congress, 20 other leaders of the District Congress Committee-Jammu North resigned in support of former veteran Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad. This came after more than 36 […]]]>

20 More Jammu Northern District Congress Committee Leaders Resign in Support of Leader Ghulam Nabi Azad | Image source: ANI/Twitter

In another shock to the Jammu and Kashmir Congress, 20 other leaders of the District Congress Committee-Jammu North resigned in support of former veteran Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad.

This came after more than 36 Congress leaders, including leaders of the National Union of Students of India, submitted their resignations on Thursday in solidarity with veteran leader Ghulam Nabi Azad. On August 30, 64 other top Congress leaders resigned from the party, in what must be called a massive resignation after Azad’s exit.

On August 26, Azad resigned from all party posts citing the “immaturity” of Rahul Gandhi whom he blamed for “demolishing the consultative mechanism” of the party.

In a hard-hitting 5-page memo to the party’s acting president, Sonia Gandhi, Azad claimed that a coterie ran the party. At the same time, she was only a nominal head and all major decisions were made by “Shri Rahul Gandhi or rather worse his security guards and PA”.

Speaking to reporters in the nation’s capital earlier, Azad said, “I was forced to leave my house on my own. Taking a dig at Congress over his resignation, he said: “Modi is an excuse, they’ve had a problem with me since the G23 letter was written. They never wanted anyone to write to them. , asks them.” “Several (Congress) meetings were held, but not a single suggestion was taken,” Azad added.

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Congressional Committee Rejects Request to Release Electoral Rolls https://citruscongress2012.org/congressional-committee-rejects-request-to-release-electoral-rolls/ Wed, 31 Aug 2022 15:58:51 +0000 https://citruscongress2012.org/congressional-committee-rejects-request-to-release-electoral-rolls/ “We will continue to follow the old practice,” KC Venugopal said. (Case) Thiruvananthapuram: The All India Congress Committee (AICC) on Wednesday rejected a section of party leaders demanding that the voter lists for the Congress presidential elections be made public, saying it was an ‘internal procedure’ and that any member can get his copy from […]]]>

“We will continue to follow the old practice,” KC Venugopal said. (Case)

Thiruvananthapuram:

The All India Congress Committee (AICC) on Wednesday rejected a section of party leaders demanding that the voter lists for the Congress presidential elections be made public, saying it was an ‘internal procedure’ and that any member can get his copy from any of the offices of the Pradesh Congress Committee.

The General Secretary (Organization) of the All India Congress Committee, KC Venugopal, who was in Kerala to review arrangements for the Bharat Jodo Yatra led by Rahul Gandhi next week, said any member of the party can check the copy of the electoral lists to one of the Offices of the CCP.

“This is an internal procedure and it is not supposed to be published for all public view,” KC Venugopal told reporters in Alappuzha, while answering a question.

Speaking to PTI, the senior leader said that Madhusudan Mistry, who is the Chairman of the Congress Central Election Authority, has already made a statement to the media in this regard.

“There is no such practice in Congress. We will continue to follow the old practice,” KC Venugopal said.

His statement comes as voices seeking fairness in the upcoming polls to elect the new Congress president grew louder on Wednesday, with party leaders Manish Tewari, Shashi Tharoor and Karti Chidambaram demanding that voter lists be made public for ensure the transparency of the process.

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Former J&K Pradesh Congress Committee Chairman Peerzada Mohammad Sayeed resigns from the party https://citruscongress2012.org/former-jk-pradesh-congress-committee-chairman-peerzada-mohammad-sayeed-resigns-from-the-party/ Wed, 31 Aug 2022 13:26:47 +0000 https://citruscongress2012.org/former-jk-pradesh-congress-committee-chairman-peerzada-mohammad-sayeed-resigns-from-the-party/ Srinagar, Aug 31 (PTI) Former Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Congress Committee (JKPCC), Peerzada Mohammad Sayeed, resigned from the party on Wednesday. He also pledged to support veteran leader Gulab Nabi Azad who is about to form his new party in Jammu and Kashmir. It should be noted that after the departure of Ghulam Nabi […]]]>
Srinagar, Aug 31 (PTI) Former Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Congress Committee (JKPCC), Peerzada Mohammad Sayeed, resigned from the party on Wednesday.

He also pledged to support veteran leader Gulab Nabi Azad who is about to form his new party in Jammu and Kashmir.

It should be noted that after the departure of Ghulam Nabi Azad from the Congress on Friday, the process of leaving the Party of Jammu and Kashmir Unity leaders from the Congress continues. A day earlier on Tuesday, 64 leaders, including Jammu and Kashmir’s former deputy chief minister, Tarachand, resigned from Congress.

Sayeed told reporters: “There is a limit to tolerance. I felt smothered in the Congress party. Therefore, I am severing ties with Congress after almost 50 years with a heavy heart. He served as a minister in several governments in Jammu and Kashmir.

He said he made the decision to leave the Congress based on the reaction of the Kokernag Assembly people.

“People I represent have said… the party leadership is not paying attention to the reaction from the ground,” Saeed said. I have never seen such a bad situation in my last 50 years in Congress. I had to listen to the people in my riding.

Saeed was accompanied by former Legislative Councilor (MLC) and party leader Muzaffar Parre and dozens of other leaders and workers at the press conference.

When Saeed was asked if any other leaders would be leaving Congress in the coming days, he replied that there weren’t many leaders left in Congress.

Sayeed said, “Who’s left in Congress now? All top leaders have left the party.

Asked when he left the party, Sayeed said he had been in regular contact with Azad for several years.

“Azad often expressed his helplessness by saying that no one in the party listens to him. We asked him to quit the party and promised to support him.

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Pondicherry Pradesh Congress Committee continues crackdown on rebels https://citruscongress2012.org/pondicherry-pradesh-congress-committee-continues-crackdown-on-rebels/ Fri, 26 Aug 2022 10:04:00 +0000 https://citruscongress2012.org/pondicherry-pradesh-congress-committee-continues-crackdown-on-rebels/ Shortly after the August 21 clashes at the CCP office, the party suspended five officials Shortly after the August 21 clashes at the CCP office, the party suspended five officials Pondicherry Pradesh Congress Committee continues its crackdown on party officials who created a row at a meeting attended by the All India Congress Committee in […]]]>

Shortly after the August 21 clashes at the CCP office, the party suspended five officials

Shortly after the August 21 clashes at the CCP office, the party suspended five officials

Pondicherry Pradesh Congress Committee continues its crackdown on party officials who created a row at a meeting attended by the All India Congress Committee in charge of Union Territory Dinesh Gundu Rao on 21 august.

CCP Chairman A.V Subramanian on Thursday suspended a party worker and served show cause notice on five other officials.

CCP suspended All India Fishermen Congress executive committee member Kangaiyan and asked five members, including two secretaries, to respond within a week stating the reason why action should not be taken against them for creating turmoil at the meeting, Mr. Subramanian said in a statement.

Immediately after the August 21 clashes at the CCP office, the party suspended five officials, including two general secretaries. Disciplinary action was taken against 11 Congress workers for their unruly behavior.

According to a prominent member of Congress, the AICC had ordered the CCP to crack the whip on anyone involved in creating trouble.

“The AICC took the incident seriously as it all happened in front of a chief delegated by the high command for the Political Affairs Committee meeting. His car was damaged and abuse thrown. It was like an insult to the high command itself,” he said.

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