Congress: Sonia Gandhi announces formation of Political Advisory Group, Task Force
With the 2024 Lok Sabha elections in mind, these reforms will cover all aspects of the organization, including the structure, rules of party appointments, communication and publicity, publicity, finance and election management, Gandhi said in his concluding remarks. New resolution thinking camp ‘here.
The formation of the task force will be informed in the next two-three days, he said.
“I think this has been a very useful and fruitful ‘camp.’ So many of you have had the opportunity to express your views and give your advice on the spirit of constructive participation. I have summarized the discussions in each of the six. Gandhi said.
They will also be valuable in preparing manifestos for state and national elections, he added.
“I would like to make a special mention of the organizational group report as it is the most immediately relevant. Some of its ideas form part of the ‘Udaipur New Resolution Declaration’ which has just been adopted. I assure you that the detailed group recommendations will be acted upon expeditiously.” He insisted.
“We will undoubtedly be revived in a fresh sense of collective purpose,” he said.
Making some specific announcements, Gandhi said that the party would launch a ‘Bharat Jodo Jatra’ (Unit India March) from Kanyakumari to Kashmir at the beginning of Gandhi Jayanti this year.
“We will all take part in it. This journey is to strengthen the bonds of social harmony under pressure, to uphold the fundamental values of our constitution that are under attack, and to address the day-to-day concerns of millions of our people,” he said.
The second phase of the district-level ‘Jan Jagran Abhiyan’, which was earlier launched, will resume on June 15, Gandhi said.
He said the massive campaign would highlight the economic problems, especially rising unemployment and unbearable inflation, which are destroying livelihoods.
“I have decided to form an advisory team from the CWC (Congress Working Committee) that will meet regularly under my chairperson to discuss and discuss the political issues and challenges facing our party. Of course, we have the CWC that meets from time to time Will continue, “Gandhi said.
He said the new group was not a joint decision-making body but would help him benefit from the vast experience of his senior colleagues.
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