MP: Jitu Patwari Hints At Significant Changes In Congress To Prepare Party For Lok Sabha Elections (WATCH)

MP: Jitu Patwari Hints At Significant Changes In Congress To Prepare Party For Lok Sabha Elections (WATCH)

He assured that the Congress ideology would drive the party's strategy in competing with the BJP.

Harshita RawatUpdated: Friday, January 05, 2024, 02:31 PM IST
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Jabalpur (Madhya Pradesh): Jitu Patwari, state Congress Committee President hinted at significant changes within the party while speaking to media in Jabalpur on Friday. He also gave a pep talk to the Congress workers to motivate them to give their best in the Lok Sabha elections.

Patwari, challenging Chief Minister Mohan Yadav, asserted, "We don't want to work with words but will show our intention with actions; we want to work with the pen.”

Asserting that the party's foundation lies among the workers, Patwari indicated a shift towards a more worker-centric approach in Congress committee operations. He assured that the Congress ideology would drive the party's strategy in competing with the BJP.

He said, “Let the workers understand that the Pradesh President is no different, but one of you. Now, the Congress Committee will be led by the leadership of the workers. It's not me alone, but 'us' who will confront the BJP with our ideology."

“BJP government has failed to fulfill promises made to the public, pointing out the lack of commitment in executing announcements," he added.

The party is gearing up for the Lok Sabha elections, with a crucial meeting scheduled in Bhopal on January 6, 7, and 8. The Congress has initiated preparations for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, with appointments anticipated in the next two to three days. A major movement is expected in both Lok Sabha and Vidhan Sabha elections within the next two and a half weeks, promising organizational changes post the meetings.

While January is crucial for the Congress, Patwari predicts that the opposition will play its role more effectively from February onwards. In his statement, he emphasized the need for the Chief Minister to take action based on dialogue rather than issuing orders.

As part of their campaign, Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra, the Congress plans to traverse nine districts in the state, covering 23 Vidhan Sabha constituencies and 5 Lok Sabha areas. The journey aims to connect with the masses and party workers, in interactions with Rahul Gandhi.

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