Maharashtra: Congress to implement 100-day action plan to strengthen party organisation

Speaking to reporters, Patole said the rally in every district will cover 75 km, with a message of "save the Constitution, save the country."

Sanjay JogUpdated: Monday, July 18, 2022, 11:50 PM IST
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The Congress party will implement a 100-day action plan to rejuvenate and strengthen the party organisation in Maharashtra. The state unit chief Nana Patole on Monday said that the resolution was released at the party’s Nav Sankalp workshop held by the Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee at Shirdi on June 1 and 2 following the All India Congress Committee's resolution in Udaipur will be implemented in the state.

‘’Congress will respond to BJP's 'Bharat Todo' through a 'Bharat Jodo' campaign. A 100-day action plan will be implemented across the state to strengthen the party organisation,’’ he noted.

The Congress legislature party leader Balasaheb Thorat said that the action plan will be implemented through various initiatives.

Former chief minister Ashok Chavan, who headed the party's political committee, said that a review committee will be formed at the district level to take a call on the formation of an alliance with a like-minded party at the local level and considering the decision of the committee on any political alliance will be taken at the state level. Along with the Election Management Committee, it is proposed to form a committee for the creation for such material which will promote the Congress ideology.

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