Kharge in preparation for 2024, sought report from leaders in Congress Steering Committee meeting, said to give chance to new people

Kharge in preparation for 2024, sought report from leaders in Congress Steering Committee meeting, said to give chance to new people
Congress is looking very active under the leadership of the new president. Kharge, who was seen as an attacker on PM Modi in the Gujarat assembly elections, asked many questions to the Congress leaders in the Congress Committee meeting held today. All the big leaders of the party including Sonia Gandhi, Ashok Gehlot, and Bhupesh Baghel attended the meeting. Kharge asked the office bearers that in the state of which you are in charge, what is the outline for the movement on the issues of organization and public interest between the next 30 days to 90 days? What is the planning for the elections in the provinces where assembly elections are to be held between today and 2024? The Congress President said in a stern tone that some colleagues have accepted that the lack of responsibility will be ignored, but this is neither right nor acceptable. Those who are unable to fulfill the responsibility, have to give a chance to new colleagues.
 
Prepare a blueprint for the movement: Kharge
Kharge said, “I hope that all of you will prepare a blueprint for the organization and movement and discuss it with me in the next 15 to 30 days. Members of the Congress Steering Committee and other leaders of the party will also be included in this program as per the need. A movement that calls for a decisive war against back-breaking inflation, horrendous unemployment, intolerable economic and social inequality, and the politics of hatred in the country.
 
The principles of the Yatra have to be taken to every household.
He said, "Crores of people of the country are associated with the resolve of Rahul Gandhi and the Congress. Among them, there are a large number of people who were not associated with Congress or used to criticize us. The Bharat Jodo Yatra taking the form of a national mass movement is the biggest success of this Yatra. But I would also like to place before you what role has all of us played in taking this nationwide mass movement to every village, every city, and every person in the country. Where many states have taken out Bharat Jodo Yatra, have we been able to take its basic principles to every village, every city, and town? I think what we have been able to do is a worthwhile attempt, but not enough. We all have to take these issues, the spirit of Yatra, and the principles of Yatra to every household.