The other two resolutions passed during a meeting of party senior leaders sought the resignation of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Union Home Minister Amit Shah.
Delhi Congress leaders and workers will line up along the routes of farmers’ tractor rallies on Tuesday to accord ‘warm’ welcome to the participants.
“Currently, the plight of the municipal corporations is that neither the Central government, nor the Arvind Kejriwal dispensation has been giving any fund to them,” he claimed.
Delhi Congress leaders and workers on Tuesday held a demonstration near headquarters of the BJP seeking revocation of the three new farm laws.
Senior party workers will be deputed as observers in all 270 blocks to gather names recommended for appointment as presidents of party's block units.
The meeting, presided by Delhi Congress chief Anil Kumar, passed a resolution demanding Rahul Gandhi’s appointment as the party’s national president, a statement said.
Congress leaders, including its Delhi unit chief Anil Kumar, were detained while trying to march to the LG's office in Civil Lines.
Senior Delhi Congress leaders said current Delhi party president, Anil Kumar, has started consulting them and those in the All India Congress.
According to the police, they received information regarding the incident from the Congress headquarters at 24, Akbar Road on Sunday.
Five Delhi Congressmen were sitting near Amar Jawan Jyoti to pay homage to the soldiers killed in Galwan Valley in Ladakh on June 15, the Delhi Congress chief said.
Senior Congress spokesperson Ajay Maken said it was shameful that the COVID positivity rate in Delhi was the highest in the country and its recovery rate the lowest.
Kumar said police kept asking him if he had gone to the Ghazipur border on Saturday.
The Congress workers are providing meals and snacks, drinking water, masks, sanitiser, sanitary pads and first-aid to the migrant workers.
Congress makes 10-point demand charter to Delhi govt, seeks help for those in distress due to COVID-19
The party demanded that fixed power charges be waived off and fees should not be charged from students, besides payment of salaries of teachers in aided schools and MSME workers by the government.
The Congress also fielded Arvinder Singh Lovely from East Delhi, Rajesh Lilothia from North-West Delhi and Mahbal Mishra from West Delhi.