1. After Lok Sabha poll results, Congress may lose Leader of Opposition post in Maharashtra assembly  Hindustan Times
  2. Explained: Why Congress nosedived to its historic low in Maharashtra  The Indian Express
  3. After Rahul Gandhi, Maharashtra Congress chief Ashok Chavan offers resignation  India Today
  4. Ashok Chavan says ready to quit, adds Rahul Gandhi not to blame  Times of India
  5. Congress faces uphill task to fix house  Hindustan Times
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Five legislators — current LoP Radhakrishna Vikhe-Patil, Abdul Sattar, Kalidas Kolambkar, Nitesh Rane and Jaykumar Gore — are expected to formally quit the Congress this week.Five legislators — current LoP Radhakrishna Vikhe-Patil, Abdul Sattar, Kalidas Kolambkar, Nitesh Rane and Jaykumar Gore — are expected to formally quit the Congress this week.

After Lok Sabha poll results, Congress may lose Leader of Opposition post in Maharashtra assembly | india news | Hindustan Times

In 2014, Congress had received 88.30 lakh votes collectively in 48 seats of Maharashtra. In 2019 elections, the voter count has come down to 88 lakh. This means, it not only failed to add new voters but even those who were with the party in 2014, turned their backs on it.In 2014, Congress had received 88.30 lakh votes collectively in 48 seats of Maharashtra. In 2019 elections, the voter count has come down to 88 lakh. This means, it not only failed to add new voters but even those who were with the party in 2014, turned their backs on it.

Explained: Why Congress nosedived to its historic low in Maharashtra | Explained News, The Indian Express

While speaking to media, Maharashtra Congress chief Ashok Chavan said that Rahul Gandhi alone was not responsible for the party's performance in the Lok Sabha elections. "All of us are responsible equally," Ashok Chavan said.While speaking to media, Maharashtra Congress chief Ashok Chavan said that Rahul Gandhi alone was not responsible for the party's performance in the Lok Sabha elections. "All of us are responsible equally," Ashok Chavan said.

After Rahul Gandhi, Maharashtra Congress chief Ashok Chavan offers resignation - Elections News

Congress state unit president Ashok Chavan offered to quit on Saturday in view of the party debacle in the Lok Sabha pollsCongress state unit president Ashok Chavan offered to quit on Saturday in view of the party debacle in the Lok Sabha polls

Ashok Chavan says ready to quit, adds Rahul Gandhi not to blame | Mumbai News - Times of India

“9 FORMER CONGRESS CMs HAVE LOST THE POLLS 1.SHEILA DIXIT 2.BHUPENDRA SINGH HOODA 3.HARISH RAWAT 4.ASHOK CHAVAN 5.SUSHIL KUMAR SHINDE 6.M VERAPPA MOILY 7.NABAM TUKI 8.MUKUL SANGMA 9.DIGVIJAY SINGH”

Marya Shakil on Twitter: "9 FORMER CONGRESS CMs HAVE LOST THE POLLS 1.SHEILA DIXIT 2.BHUPENDRA SINGH HOODA 3.HARISH RAWAT 4.ASHOK CHAVAN 5.SUSHIL KUMAR SHINDE 6.M VERAPPA MOILY 7.NABAM TUKI 8.MUKUL SANGMA 9.DIGVIJAY SINGH"

“https://t.co/LCCoyMFaZ2”

Ashok Chavan on Twitter: "… "

“My humble tributes to Bharat Ratna Shri #RajivGandhi ji on 28th anniversary of his martyrdom. He was a visionary PM, an architect of modern India and a great human being. #RememberingRajivGandhi”

Ashok Chavan on Twitter: "My humble tributes to Bharat Ratna Shri #RajivGandhi ji on 28th anniversary of his martyrdom. He was a visionary PM, an architect of modern India and a great human being. #RememberingRajivGandhi… https://t.co/ER5jxpvUM9"

In the recently-conducted polls, Ashok Chavan lost to BJP's Prataprao Govindrao Chikhalikar by a margin of 40,000 votes from Nanded seat.In the recently-conducted polls, Ashok Chavan lost to BJP's Prataprao Govindrao Chikhalikar by a margin of 40,000 votes from Nanded seat.

Ashok Chavan resigns as Maharashtra Congress chief, says election debacle collective responsibility, not Rahul Gandhi's fault - Firstpost

Following his party’s performance in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, Maharashtra Congress chief Ashok Chavan said on Saturday, 25 May, that he submitted his resignation from his post.Chavan said that the Congress’ defeat in polls was a “collective responsibility” and not that of Rahul Gandhi alone.

After Defeat, Maharashtra Congress Chief Ashok Chavan Submits Resignation

Ashok Chavan said that now Congress president Rahul Gandhi would take call on the reshuffle and changes he wants to make in the party to rebuild it.Ashok Chavan said that now Congress president Rahul Gandhi would take call on the reshuffle and changes he wants to make in the party to rebuild it.

Maharashtra Congress chief Ashok Chavan resigns, says Rahul Gandhi led from front | general elections 2019 News

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], May 25 (ANI): Maharashtra Congress chief Ashok Chavan on Saturday offered to resign from his post following the debacle of the party in the Lok Sabha elections.Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], May 25 (ANI): Maharashtra Congress chief Ashok Chavan on Saturday offered to resign from his post following the debacle of the party in the Lok Sabha elections.

Ashok Chavan offers to step down as Maharashtra Cong chief

Ashok Chavan has offered to resign as state Congress chief accepting moral responsibility for the defeat.Ashok Chavan has offered to resign as state Congress chief accepting moral responsibility for the defeat.

Relegated to fourth spot in Maharashtra, fear of mass exodus grips Congress | Elections News, The Indian Express