Sources further said that the party has already picked Hardik Patel as working president and now focus would be to appoint leaders from OBC and tribal communities.
The Congress Party is staking claim on the Kusheshwar Asthan Assembly seat in Darbhanga, elections for which will be held on October 30.
According to sources close to the development, Hardik Patel, who is currently the Working President of Gujarat Congress and Rajya Sabha MP Shaktisinh Gohil are the 'front runners'.
The development comes ahead of the next year's Assembly elections in the BJP-ruled Gujarat.
While discarding these reports as 'baseless', Hardik Patel saw the BJP's hand behind the circulation of such 'fake reports', a claim rejected by the ruling party.
Patidar leader Hardik Patel today said not meeting Congress president Rahul Gandhi ahead of the Gujarat polls was a mistake as it would have prevented the BJP from retaining power in the state.
The 24-year-old leader also said he has offer from Congress leaders to fight the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.
The Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti (PAAS) leader also announced that he would not contest next year's Lok Sabha election, despite attaining the eligibility age of 25 years.
Neither prime minister Modi nor any of the BJP leaders have given any assurance about bringing the fraudsters back to the country within a specific period, Patel said.
Unperturbed by empty chairs at his first public meeting in Bhopal, Hardik Patel vows to keep coming to Madhya Pradesh
Patel said Patidars and Gurjars of the state will have to become enlightened about their rights and consolidate as a big force.
Hardik Patel dropped hints that he may campaign for the Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections to be held later this year and also stated his intent to work for the youth and farmers.
Angry crowds shooed away BJP MLAs from visiting the deceased's family, while demonstrations were held in various parts of the state.
Alpesh Thakor on Monday made it amply clear that all three of them will come to MP to teach lesson to the BJP.
Hardik Patel also called for a unity of non-BJP parties to fight against the Modigovernment which was "trying to divide the country".
The Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti Convenor, however, did not make his stand clear but he would take advice from her, if required.