Presided over by party chief Mallikarjun Kharge, the four-hour CWC meeting was attended by all party chief ministers.
The four-hour-long CWC meeting was presided over by Congress chief Mallikarjun Kharge. Senior leaders Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi, and Priyanka Gandhi also attended the meeting.
The meeting comes on a day when the Election Commission will announce the dates for the assembly elections in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Telangana and Mizoram.
The meeting is likely to deliberate on key issues such as women’s reservation, caste census, seat-sharing between INDIA parties and misuse of Central agencies against Opposition.
The Congress leader's remarks come a day after the Nitish Kumar government in Bihar released findings of its much-awaited caste survey months ahead of polls.
They believe that the induction of Arepally Mohan would strengthen the party in the district.
Having previously led the ‘I’ group, Chennithala is actively traversing the state, making efforts to build connections with grassroots party members.
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During the extended CWC meet on Sunday, the party's state unit chiefs of the four poll-bound states gave their reports on preparedness and the road map for winning the polls.
The Congress said the party is “fully ready for the battle ahead” and it is confident that the people are “wanting change”.
Kharge urged party leaders to set aside their personal differences to ensure the party's success and work towards forming an alternative government in the country.
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Top leaders of the Congress, including party president Mallikarjun Kharge, Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and chief ministers of Congress-ruled states participated.
It “rejected the idea of a new Constitution”, asserting that the fundamental structure of the Constitution should remain unchanged.
Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram said members of the party's top decision-making body have requested to organise a "Bharat Jodo Yatra 2.0".
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Kharge said 27 INDIA bloc parties stand together on fundamental issues of importance.
Pawan Khera said this is a "historic" CWC almost on the eve of assembly elections in five states and the Lok Sabha polls later.
Holding the crucial meeting in the Telangana capital, the Congress is also looking to send out a message that it will go all-out to dislodge the BRS government in the poll-bound state.
In the Bhongir Lok Sabha constituency, Venkat Reddy is mobilising the local population, making the segment a crucial part of the public meeting’s success.
Congress president Kharge to brief members about 3 meetings of INDIA at the party’s highest decision-making body.