Manipur Congress to re-strengthen the party; Resolves to form political affairs committee

Imphal: The Manipur unit of Congress party, at its two-day brainstorming session held in Imphal, has decided to form a 16-member political affairs committee with the objective of re-strengthening the party so as to bring back the party to power in 2024 Lok Sabha polls.The two-day brainstorming session held at Congress Bhavan here was a part of AICC’s nationwide two-day ‘Nav Sankalp’.

Addressing a press conference, senior Manipur Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) spokesperson, Ningombam Bhupenda said that the brainstorming session has also passed a ten-point resolution. Among others, the resolution included re-strengthening the party by setting up mandal Congress committees and organizing a 75 km walk by Congress members at district committee level starting from August 9 as a part of India’s Independence Day celebration on August 15.

Another resolution was to fill up vacant posts of the district and mandal level committees of the party on or before November 15 and to constitute district level political affairs committees.

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Another resolution was to launch nationwide protests to register strong protest against increasing unemployment in the country and against the rising prices of essential commodities, the spokesperson said.

Meanwhile, the programme was organized in line with a similar session under Nav Sankalp’ organized by the AICC at Udaipur in Rajasthan recently where many Congress leaders including Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi were present, he said.

The MPCC spokesperson said that the Udaipur convention had adopted a new resolution to re-strengthen the Congress party and bring it back to power.

The two-day state level Sankalp meeting deliberated on political, organization , economy , social justice and empowerment , farmers issue and youths of Udaipur’s AICC Nav Sankalp Declaration of Chintqn Shivar by senior Congress leaders.

The meeting was attended by party’s sitting MLAs, ex-MPs, ex MLAs, office bearers of MPCC, PCC members, DCCs delegates and frontals/cells.


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