Gohil vows Congress comeback in Bihar2 min read
Patna: All India Congress Committee Bihar in-charge Shaktisinh Gohil asserted on Tuesday that the Congress will not compromise with its policies and programmes in Bihar in the next Lok Sabha elections despite being in alliance with other parties.
The people of Bihar, he said, will be made aware about the sharp rise in the prices of cooking gas, petrol and diesel in comparison to the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) rule. The lower middle and middle classes were facing huge difficulty in withdrawing their own money from banks during this wedding season, he said, while the youths of the country are facing severe unemployment.
He also said that the Bihar unit will be given stability very soon and dedicated workers of the party will be rewarded.
“We have to maintain discipline at every level of our party’s organisation. New leaders will be given opportunity in place of those block and district Congress presidents who will not be able to run the campaign and fail to establish a dialogue with the public. Congress will keep its own policies and identity intact while going to the people,” Gohil said.
The recently appointed AICC Bihar in-charge is on a two-day visit to Patna.
Bihar Congress president in-charge Kaukab Quadri, MLC Madan Mohan Jha, former BPCC presidents Anil Kumar Sharma and Chandan Bagchi, Rajya Sabha member Akhilesh Prasad Singh, former minister Ashok Kumar, MLAs Vijay Shankar Dubey, Shakeel Ahmad Khan, Amita Bhushan, spokesperson H.K. Verma and several others gave their suggestions to strengthen the party in the state.
Courtesy: The Telegraph