New Delhi, Jan 3 (UNI) Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee (DPCC) president Jai Prakash Agarwal, today wished a speedy recovery to Congress president Sonia Gandhi, who was admitted to the Ganga Ram Hospital on Tuesday.
In a resolution passed at a meeting of senior office-bearers of the Delhi Congress held at its office at Rajiv Bhawan, Mr Agarwal wished Ms Gandhi a speedy recovery to lead the party with vigour and dynamism as before.
At the meeting of the Pradesh Congress office-bearers, district in-charges, former Mayors and the committee formed to oversee the functioning of the Block Congress Committees, Mr Agarwal deliberated at length how to consolidate the gains and make the party more stronger in Delhi in view of the coming Assembly elections to be held later this year.
While claiming that the Congress will return to power for the third time in Delhi in the coming Assembly elections, Mr Agarwal warned party cadres to be vigilant and prepared to face any situation and eventuality, whether big or small, to facilitate the Congress Party's victory.
He said it was essential to enrol more members at the block and unit levels to achieve the Congress Party's aim of securing a third win in the Delhi Assembly elections.
Mr Agarwal decided, on the basis of the suggestions and deliberations at the meeting, that 250 workers from each block will be chosen and ten workers each will be given responsibility of how to manage the polling booths during elections.
He said special attention will be given to areas dominated by Dalits and the issues of people from the Poorvanchal region, minorities and farmers of Delhi, who are the backbone of the party, will be given due attention and weightage to address them.
Mr Agarwal said the interaction between the party organisation and the government will be further strengthened leaving no scope for a complaint by anyone.
He said a meeting between the party and Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit and her Cabinet colleagues will be held at Rajiv Bhawan, DPCC office, soon to strengthen the bond between the party and the government in a bid to solve problems of the people. Other major issues as well as to propagate the achievements of the Congress government in the state during the last nine years will also be discussed in the meeting, Mr Agarwal added.
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