The committee on agitation under Digvijaya Singh with Priyanka Gandhi Vadra as a member at its first meeting discussed issues to create an atmosphere against the Modi government.
The left-wing unseated a centre-right coalition headed by Conservative Prime Minister Erna Solberg since 2013.
The TMC chief said ‘Khela’ (game) will happen in all other states in the 2024 elections until the BJP government is derailed.
Talking to reporters at Faizpur in Jalgaon district, Maharashtra Congress president Nana Patole also said elections were three years away and Covid management was the priority of his party.
The Congress has done well in Assam, Kerala and Tamil Nadu in the recent Assembly elections. But it did not win a single seat in West Bengal and this is not good, Raut said.
He also demanded the resignations of BJP national general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya and its Bengal president Dilip Ghosh.
The team will interact with party workers and residents and submit a report to the Congress President later this week.
Dwivedi said that only 2 to 3 per cent of EVMs developed technical glitches during polling, which were rectified promptly.
Elected from Aruku seat, Madhavi is also one of the poorest members of the Lower House with declared assets worth a little over Rs 2 lakh.
Though he believes in constructive cooperation with the Centre, the Odisha Chief Minister refused to accept that the BJP has made any significant inroads into the state.
Shah said when Modi visited the party workers on the day he filed his nomination papers, it became clear that he was going to win.
Earlier, flanked by BJP president Amit Shah and Adityanath, Modi entered Vishwanath temple paid obeisance to the deity as priests recited 'shlokas'.
Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said, CWC has given Congress President the right to make changes to restructure the party, a plan for this will be brought soon.
Bengal witnessed a saffron surge on Thursday as the BJP inflicted a body blow to Trinamool Congress by winning 18 of the 42 Lok Sabha seats in the state, up from just two in 2014.
The BJP’s loss of nine seats in Uttar Pradesh was more than offset by the big gains it made in West Bengal and Karnataka as compared to the 2014 elections.