Ground Report | New Delhi: Who is congress new minority chairman; Congress has appointed Urdu poet and poet Imran Pratapgarhi as the chairman of the minority department, replacing Nadeem Javed.
Who is congress new minority chairman
The 33-year-old, better known as Imran ‘Pratapgarhi’, Imran lost from Moradabad in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, getting only 5% of the votes, he has a huge presence on social media with his aggressive poetry. While his YouTube channel has 1.55 million subscribers, his Facebook page has 19 lakh followers, and the Congress used him as a star campaigner in the Bihar assembly election.
The Congress hopes Imran, with his fan base and political vocabulary to express his views, can help attract the youth minority vote, as the party seeks to get a pat on its back in Uttar Pradesh, where the next There are elections in the year. The growing importance of social media in political campaigns gives Imran an added advantage.
The congress party hopes that Pratapgarhi will be successful in cultivating Muslims. The reason, his poetry and the style of the poet can help a lot especially in connecting the Muslim youth with the party.
Imran, a resident of Lalganj in Pratapgarh, has participated in poetry programs in the country and abroad. While his writings contain several attacks on the Modi government and the BJP, Imran has often praised the Samajwadi Party, especially SP leader Azam Khan.
Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi has appointed four secretaries, Saptagiri Sankar Ulaka in charge of Chhattisgarh, Deepika Pandey Singh in Uttarakhand, Imran Masood for Delhi, Brijlal Khabri as Bihar, while Sanjay Dutt has been relieved from Tamil Nadu and Puducherry and given the assignment of Himachal Pradesh.