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Haryana: Ashok Tanwar asks party workers to launch ‘mass contact campaign’ on Rahul Gandhi's birthday

Although, Tanwar claimed that party’s all incumbent and former MLAs, former MPs and senior leaders of the party were invited for the meeting, but former Chief Minister Bhupinder Hooda, his son Deepender Hooda and various other leaders of Hooda camp gave it a miss.

Poll debacle: Haryana Congress chief faces flak at party meeting, says 'shoot me'

A party leader who attended the meeting summoned Tuesday in New Delhi by Ghulam Nabi Azad, the Haryana in-charge at the AICC, claimed Tanwar was targeted by some MLAs close to former chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda. The MLAs pressed for a leadership change in Haryana over the party's failure to win any of the 10 Lok Sabha seats in the state.

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Haryana Congress chief bucks trend: After 0/10 score, asks - ‘Why should I quit?’

While the Congress lost all 10 Lok Sabha seats in Haryana, and Tanwar himself lost from Sirsa Parliamentary constituency by over 3 lakh votes, he remained firm: “I have not resigned from my post, nor do I have any plans to do that.”

Haryana Congress chief Ashok Tanwar: Ready to bury hatchet with Bhupinder Singh Hooda

Tanwar said "there was some bad blood", especially after the assault on him during a Congress rally in October 2016 in Delhi, but he decided to move on. "..Time is a great healer," he added.

BJP rally: Police briefly detains Haryana Congress chief, several party workers

BJP president Amit Shah addressed the rally, in which Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, many of his ministerial colleagues, party legislators and workers reached the venue riding motorcycles.

Infighting woes: Focus on fighting BJP, Tanwar tells Cong MLAs

A total of 12 out of 15 Congress MLAs had met party in-charge Shakeel Ahmed on April 14 and sought time to meet the party high command over the issue.

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Haryana Cong MLAs seek meeting with Sonia Gandhi — for Ashok Tanwar’s ouster

Rift in party began to show soon after Jat quota agitation.

Supporters of Hooda jeer Tanwar

Hooda and his son Deepender proved once again they have a key role in the success of such rallies in Delhi.

Hooda has more caps to show, Tanwar gets boos during speech

Former Haryana CM Bhupinder Hooda was the first to issue a pink turban code for his supporters participating in the rally.

Haryana Congress chief storms out of meeting with Hooda

The AICC released a list of candidates for all 90 seats, which featured both candidates Tanwar had opposed.

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Jat quota: Congress criticises PM Modi for being silent

New Delhi, Feb 21 (ANI): Congress leader Kumari Selja on Sunday lashed out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for remaining silent over the agitation in Haryana by Jats, demanding reservation in government jobs and educational institutions. Selja added that despite being present in the country, it seems PM Modi is not here. Another Congress leader Ashok Tanwar appealed to the Jat community to maintain peace and allow the system to function normally.Meanwhile, another Congress leader Kiran Chaudhary alleged that few unsocial elements are trying to pollute the atmosphere, adding that they are spreading the violence under a conspiracy.

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