Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee to appoint workers under 50 to half of district executive posts : The Tribune India


Jaipur, May 17

In accordance with the resolutions passed during the ‘Nav Sankalp Shivir’ of the Congress party, Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) decided to appoint workers under the age of 50 to half of the district executive positions.

CCP Chairman Govind Singh Dotasara has instructed the district party chairmen in this regard.

They were told that 50% of the proposed district executive positions will be awarded to congressional workers under the age of 50.

In addition, OBC workers, minorities, scheduled castes and tribes, and women will be adequately represented.

He asked district presidents to submit proposals to the CCP within three days.

However, in many districts, the posts of district party presidents have been vacant for a long time. The party had made several appointments, including that of district presidents, in 13 districts last December.

The three days of All India Nav Sankalp Shivir Congress Committee ended recently in Udaipur.

During the Shivir, Congress decided that half of its tickets would be given to people under the age of 50 and that the retirement age would be set for members of parliament, state legislatures and other elected positions.

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