Rahul holds interactive sessions to strengthen the party
There are no half measures what so ever that the congress party does have a great amount of talent but the recent observed problem is miscommunication and lack of cooperation among all the leaders said the party vice president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday called for a session to strengthen the party. Gandhi met the senior of all All India Congress Committee members here and organized an interactive session with district, state and others on regular basis. Recently Mr Gandhi met several chief ministers including state and central leaders just to guide their way and to inform them that he will hold a fresh set of meetings on regular intervals with them.
He also met the MP’S of Madhya Pradesh and Mizoram to have an interaction session with the parliamentarians subjected to give a shape to the assembly polls in 2013 and the 2014 Lok Sabha polls .He said that the election fight is between the parties not among the names.
He said to the leaders of All India Congress Party that there is a need to bridge the gap between us as the elections knocking doors.
During his recent exercise of taking feedback from party leaders and how to set up the pace for the elections Rahul Gandhi met state unit chief and party leaders.
Gandhi also met PCC (Pradesh Congress Committee) chiefs and CLP (Congress Legislature Party) leaders on Friday and took their feedback to make the organization strong. The meeting followed from the interactions with party general secretaries and secretaries to set up a similar platform and goal for the elections. He told the members to work on the structure of their department which can create an impact during the election of 2014.
Moreover Rahul Gandhi has asked for a specific feedback session on regular is likely to provide figures on the real time ground situation and will help him to change his strategy with his team for the state elections this year.
It is quite clear that Vice President Gandhi will be heading the party’s election for the 2014 polls in order to strengthen the party he wants to make sure that no stone should be unturned.
During his another sessions with several other state leaders, Mr. Gandhi Monday spoke with six northeastern states chief minister to make a new strategy on the 2014 polls. Some common issue like regions, issue within the party and political problems were discussed.
There were some leaders from Tripura and Nagaland who could not attend the meeting among the counting of the votes in the three states will be held Feb 28. The chief minister of Arunachal Pradesh Mr. Nabam Tuki also could not attend but Mr. Mukut Mithi Congress state chief come on behalf of him.
Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki also could not come but Congress state chief Mukut Mithi represented him.