The former Congress chief was also welcomed by porters at Sarai Rohilla station and their delegation shared their concerns with him.
The Congress booked two bogies for the train as many party leaders, including Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel and former Union Minister Jairam Ramesh, were traveling with Gandhi on the train from May 13 to May 15 to attend the session.
The three-day ‘Nab Sankalp Chintan Shibir’ is being held against the backdrop of electoral defeat and disagreement within the party for many years.
The camp will focus on timely party restructuring, finding ways to combat the politics of polarization, and preparing for war for the upcoming election challenges.
It will begin on Friday afternoon after which 400 delegates will discuss topics in six groups.
These discussions will continue on the first and second day and the conclusions will be recorded in the form of an announcement, a draft of which will be discussed at the CWC meeting to be held there on the third and final day.