Bhopal: State Congress president Kamal Nath conducts organisation meetings

Bhopal: Every dedicated Congressman must hoist the flag of the party on the terrace, said state Congress president Kamal Nath, addressing a meeting of district-level office bearers of Youth Congress, Women Congress, NSUI and Sevadal, here on Thursday. Kamal Nath said we have elections as our one-point programme and there are merely six months left. Addressing the Youth Congress office bearers, Kamal Nath said village has become a unit of politics now.

The office bearers need to tell people and emphasise that they have been duped. Kamal Nath urged the office bearers to answer the BJP in the same coin. He also urged them to prepare the strategy and action plan for Nagar Panchayat and Municipality levels. Congress state president asked office bearers of Woman Congress work to at the block level. He said the government hardly cares about the dignity of woman.  He said Congress on coming to power, will protect the dignity of woman.

Kamal Nath asked the NSUI office bearers to brace up their resolve to conduct gate meetings outside every college across the state. He said that it is necessary to remove the BJP from power. Urging the office bearers of Seva Dal, Kamal Nath said that they have to play a significant role in party’s win. He said that Sevadal volunteers works for the party and do not get involved in factionalism.

All India Congress Committee, general secretary and state in-charge Deepak Babaria, Woman Congress’ national general secretary Onika Mehrotra, AICC IT Cell in-charge Divya Spandana, working presidents of state Congress, Ramnivas Rawat, Bala Bachchan, Jitu Patwari, Surendra Chaudhary, state Woman Congress president Mandvi Chauhan, Sevadal chief organiser Yogesh Yadav, Youth Congress president Kunal Chaudhary and NSUI president Vipin Vankhede also addressed the audience on the occasion.

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