The coordination committee of the Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) headed by AICC general secretary Digvijay Singh will meet on Wednesday.
Singh is also the party in-charge for the state.
The meeting, the first to be held after the April 17 Lok Sabha polls, is expected to take stock of the political scenario in the state.
KPCC sources informed Express that the meeting would discuss the performance of ministers, drought in the state, appointment of party activists and MLAs to various boards and corporations and nominations to the Upper House.
The coordination panel set up to bring about better rapport between the party and its government is also expected to review measures taken by the government on implementing the promises made in the party’s 2013 Assembly poll manifesto.
The committee led by Singh includes Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, KPCC president G Parameshwara, Home Minister K J George, AICC secretary Chellakumar and Energy Minister D K Shivakumar. The panel is expected to discuss the recent poll campaign spearheaded by Siddaramaiah. The meeting, which has been convened exactly a year after the Congress government assumed office, is also likely to evaluate its performance, KPCC sources said. Siddaramaiah is likely to present the performance card of his one year in office during the meeting and also may raise the issue of revamping his cabinet and filling up its three vacancies.