Bangalore, Nov 29 (UNI) All India Congress Committee (AICC) Secretary Praveen Davar today said the Congress high command was planning to restructure the party unit in Karnataka next month to ''galvanise'' it for the coming Assembly elections.
Talking to newspersons here, he said ''Major communities, including 'Vokkaligas' and 'Lingayats' will be given adequate representation while carrying out the restructuring,'' he said.
Mr Davar said the Congress had already begun its preparation for the polls following the dissolution of the State Assembly.
There was no ''sympathy wave'' in favour of the BJP, which was ousted from power by its coalition partner JD(S), he said and claimed that Congress would return to power with a clear majority in the coming elections.
He denied the reports that the Congress was trying to form a government with the support of the JD(S) rebels, saying ''we never made such attempts as our stand was clear and wanted to go to polls.'' However, Mr Davar admitted that it had extended invitation to rebel JD(S) faction led by former Home Minister M P Prakash to join the party.