Congress party is going to choose its president after 22 years. On September 30, the last day of nomination, it was clear that senior and experienced leader Mallikarjun Kharge was leading the race. Kharge, who has seen 80 springs of his life, has tasted defeat only in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. It is believed that even in the election of the party president, he can maintain his continuous winning record. If seen in a way, if Kharge wins the election for this post, then the record of being the first oldest and second Dalit president of the party will also be added to his name. This Dalit leader of the South, who has a spotless image and away from controversies, is considered a trustworthy of the party.