Rahul Gandhi Resigns: 'Nothing But High Voltage Drama,' Say Netizens Questioning Sincerity Of Congress President's Resignation

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In the tweet, Rahul Gandhi released his resignation letter, saying that he takes responsibility of the loss of the Congress party in the 2019 elections.

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Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday stressed that he is no longer the president of the Congress. Taking to Twitter on Wednesday, Rahul Gandhi put forward his resignation as the Congress chief 49 days after 2019 Lok Sabha loss. "The party should decide on the new president quickly without further delay, I am nowhere in this process. I have already submitted my resignation and I am no longer the party president. CWC should convene a meeting at the earliest and decide," Gandhi told reporters in the parliament.

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Moments after Netizens started pouring in their comments calling the resignation a 'high-voltage drama' and how his sincerity towards the party is a big question mark. Check out some reactions below -

The Wayanad lawmaker, who became the Congress president in 2017, offered to step down from his post at the Congress Working Committee (CWC) meeting on May 25, taking moral responsibility for the Congress' abysmal performance in the 17th Lok Sabha Elections. However, his resignation was unanimously rejected by the CWC. So far, several top leaders have met Gandhi and urged him to continue to lead the party. Despite senior members making serious attempts to convince the 49-year-old to rethink his decision, he has remained unfazed.

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The Congress won 52 seats in the recent general elections, which is just eight more than what the party won in 2014 polls. Supporters sat on a strike outside party headquarters on Tuesday, urging Gandhi to rescind his resignation. 

(With inputs from ANI)

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