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Congress war room gets active with elections related meeting to push the BJP to corner

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    New Delhi, Aug 18: The Congress leadership has met with all Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) chiefs at the Congress war room at Gurudwara Rakabganj road to sharpen the strategy of the party for the next Lok Sabha elections next year and a few Assembly elections this year. The party decided to go not only aggressive but decided to make Rafale a poll strategy. They have also discussed many other issues about the Lok Sabha elections including ticket distribution.

    Congress war room gets active with elections related meeting to push the BJP to corner

    Sources in the party said that the issue of Rafale was discussed in the meeting in the presence of all senior leaders. It was also discussed that what should be the strategy of the Congress to attack the government on Rafale which has been claiming to be a government without any corruption charges all this whiel. All state presidents have been asked to provide state-centric inputs and strategy to deal with the BJP or the party in the state.

    Sources said that the party also discussed about distribution of tickets and to start the process of giving tickets to contenders so they get enough time to prepare. There was an agreement that ticket should be given early where Lok Sabha and Assembly elections are together. The state presidents have been asked to provide inputs on which the government could be put in dock.

    Assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Mijoram was also discussed with the Congress having fair chances in Rajasthan with anger against the incumbent chief minister of the state.

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