Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee members will convene in Jaipur on Saturday for the election of the organization.
Members will come up with the name of the party’s national chairman and send it to the headquarters in Delhi, a party spokesman said.
He said about 400 party members from different districts in the state will attend the meeting.
Ajay Maken, State Congressman and Rajendra Kumpawat, Co-Head of State Organization Elections, will lead the meeting to be held at the State Congress Headquarters here.
State Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and State President Govind Singh Dotasra will also attend.
At the meeting, the proposal for the name of the national president will be adopted and submitted to the Central Election Authority of the party.
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