Bhubaneswar, May 21 (UNI) Seva Dal, an organisational wing of the Congress Party, today decided to enroll 10,000 more Seva Dal workers before the coming elections in Orissa.
Seva Dal National Coordinator and in-charge of the Dal in Orissa Navneet Kalra told newspersons here that the decision was taken at the executive body meeting of the Pradesh Congress Seva Dal here.
Mr Kalra said the Seval Dal workers play a major role in the election and the party's target was to train 10,000 more Seva Dal workers in various camps during the next six months to help strengthen the party.
He said that at present 10,000 Seva Dal workers were in Orissa.
Mr Kalra said the training would be imparted in three phases. It would begin in the second week of June and be completed by July-end.
In the first phase, Ganjam, Keonjhar, Dhenkanal, Bhubaneswar, Cuttack, Koraput, Rourkela, Sambalpur, Sundergarha, Sambalpur, Soneput, Phulbani, Bolangir, Anugul and Puri districts would be taken up.
The other areas would be taken up in second and third phase, he said.
Among others, state Seva Dal Chief Organiser Shivendra Hathi and state Organiser Jeevan Mohapatra were present.
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