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Delhi Congress chief holds meet to chart future plans

Delhi Congress chief holds meet to chart future plans

Devender Yadav, DPCC president. File photo



Tribune News Service

New Delhi, July 10

With an eye on strengthening the organisation ahead of the upcoming Delhi Assembly elections, Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee (DPCC) president Devender Yadav held a crucial six-hour meeting with 14 district Congress committee presidents and 42 newly-appointed district observers. The meeting aimed to review feedback from the 280 block and 14 district Congress committee meetings held earlier this month, setting the stage for the party’s future roadmap.

Yadav outlined the need for an aggressive campaign against the BJP and AAP governments, accusing them of incompetence in handling key issues affecting Delhiites. “The party needs to mount aggressive campaigns against the BJP and AAP governments and expose their lies, falsehoods, inaction and incompetence in tackling major issues like water shortage, power crisis, waterlogging, pollution and corruption at all levels,” Yadav said.

He highlighted the importance of grassroots involvement, stressing that block and district Congress committee meetings provide an opportunity for workers to be heard and their suggestions taken into account. “These meetings should not be one-sided like PM Modi’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’. We need to ensure that Congress workers at the grassroots level have a voice,” he stated.

Yadav was candid about the current state of some committees, noting, “The functioning of many block and district Congress committees was not very satisfactory, and the party will take strong steps to strengthen them. We will form a team of 10 workers at each booth level to consolidate our position.”

Focusing on the youth, Yadav said, “We need to involve young people to progress and fulfil the vision of Rahul Gandhi. They have political acumen but lack experience, and they should be given exposure.”

Yadav announced an executive committee meeting on July 15 to discuss the feedback and chart the party’s future plans. He also stressed the need for regular evaluations of district presidents, particularly those who have held their positions for over three years.

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