The Congress on Wednesday said it would hold state-level “camps” across the country on June 1 and 2 to announce the decisions of the “Udaipur Declaration” adopted after a three-day “thinking camp”.
AICC general secretary and chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said a similar conclave would be held at the district level on June 11 to send the party’s message to grassroots activists.
The decision was taken at a meeting of the general secretary of the All India Congress Committee (AICC) and in-charges of various states at the party headquarters here on Tuesday and Wednesday to discuss the recommendations and decisions taken at the Udaipur think tank.
After the conclusion of the “Nab Sankalp Chintan Shibir” and the adoption of the “Udaipur Declaration”, under the direction of the General Secretary (Organization), all the in-charges and General Secretaries of the Congress discussed and posted these two days. Some decisions have been taken after discussions, Surjewala said.
“On June 1 and 2, there will be state-level camps in all the states, where highlights, points and the way forward from the Udaipur Declaration will be communicated to leaders and grassroots activists. The camps will be attended by our MPs, MLAs, MPs and MLA candidates, Presidents of the District Congress Committees, office bearers of the Provincial Congress Committees and prominent leaders of the party.
“As a follow-up exercise, a similar one-day camp will be held on June 11 in the District Congress Committees. The idea is to take the various highlights and points for the team to the grassroots at the Udaipur Nab Sankalp Chintan Shibir, ”he added.
The party leaders further decided that a three-day “Independence Glory March” would be organized by all the district units between August 9 and 15, with 75 people working permanently to mark the 75th anniversary of India’s independence and hundreds and thousands to join them. .
“On August 15, the provincial congressional committees will hold a grand ceremony to commemorate the sacrifices and lessons of the independence movement,” Surjewala said.
The Youth Congress and the National Students Union of India (NSUI) will conduct the “Rozgar Do Jatra” and “we will discuss with their leadership and the way forward will be worked out at that time”, Surjewala said.
Shortly after the Chintan Shibir, there was a meeting of office-bearers, where Congress leaders from all over the country thought of ways and means to prepare the party for elections.
At the beginning of the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, with a focus on 50 per cent representation of people under the age of 50 and giving them 50 per cent voting tickets, Congress has made a number of structural changes within the organization to rectify this. .
The party has decided to implement the “one family, one ticket” and “one person, one position” formula, allowing only those family members who have worked for five years to get voting tickets. Organization.
Congress has decided to create a new department – a public insight department, an election department and an evaluation and training department.
It has been decided that no one will be in the party post for more than five years.
In this context, after the Udaipur announcement, New Delhi DCC president Birendra Kasana submitted his resignation letter to Congress chief Sonia Gandhi.
Casana also met with senior party leader Ajay Maken after his resignation to reaffirm his commitment to Congress.
“Congratulations Casana G! Hope others follow,” Maken said in a tweet.