The Indian National Congress Party President Sonia Gandhi has called a meeting on November 2 to take stock of the preparations
New Delhi: The Indian National Congress Party will hold 35 press conferences between 1 and 8 November, and will also hold protests from 5 to 15 November to highlight the country’s current economic situation.
According to sources Congress has planned a massive media outreach. Senior party leaders will be addressing a series of 35 press conferences in each state capital as well as big cities to highlight the issue of an economic slowdown, the plight of farmers and youth issues.
In the list of venues, the names of Nagpur and Indore are also mentioned. The detailed program is being arranged as which leader will address a press conference where.
On 23rd October All India Congress Committee (AICC) general secretary KC Venugopal in a statement had said that protests would be organized in districts and state capitals, which would be culminating in a massive program in the national capital.
In earlier statement said “It may be recalled that the decision in this regard was taken at the meeting headed by Congress president Sonia Gandhi with senior leaders, party office bearers and in charges, Congress chief ministers and PCC presidents and CLP leaders on 12/13 September, but the earlier schedule of the program slated between 15 October and 25 October had to be postponed because of the just-concluded assembly elections,”.
“The Indian National Congress party appeals to the people across the country to come forward and make the arrogant government listen to their voice,” the statement further added.
Our party is also organizing protests across the country from November 5-15 on the issues of Economic Slowdown, Unemployment, PSU disinvestment, and Farmers’ distress.
The Indian National Congress Party President Sonia Gandhi has called a meeting on November 2 to take stock of the preparations. All the state in-charges and general secretaries have been called for the meeting along with the heads of frontal organizations.
Sources commented that the Congress party is positive by the poll results in the two states of Maharashtra and Haryana election performance beyond expectations. Before the winter session of Parliament, the Congress wants to connect with people on the public agenda and corner the government in the House.