Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Mnp Cong’s brainstorming session concludes

Correspondent

The two-day brainstorming session (Nav Sankalp meeting) of Manipur Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) has resolved to constitute a 16-member political affairs committee with the objective of re-strengthening the grand old party to come back to power in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.
The two-day brainstorming session that concluded on Thursday passed a 10-point resolution which will be implemented as a part of re-strengthening the party. The two-day state level Sankalp meeting deliberated on political, organization, economy, social justice and empowerment , farmers issue and youths in line with the recent Udaipur (Rajasthan) Nav Sankalp Declaration. The meeting was attended by party’s sitting MLAs, ex-MPs, ex MLAs, office bearers of MPCC, PCC members, DCCs delegates and frontals/cells.
The session resolved to constitute a state-level political affairs committee to chalk out strategies for the next Lok Sabha elections due by 2024, senior MPCC spokesperson Ningombam Bupenda Meitei told reporters after concluding the session today.
He said that the brainstorming session was convened with the sole objective of re-strengthening the party organizations at all levels and after thorough deliberation on the resolutions passed by the Udaipur (Rajasthan) Nav Sankalp of the AICC, it decided to constitute the political affairs committee. In line with the Udaipur Nav Sankalp Declaration, the two-day session also passed a 10-point resolution of which some points will start with immediate effect, he said.
He said that the Congress will organize a 75km walk starting from August 9 as a part of India’s Independence Day celebration on August 15. The walk is to be organised across the state at the district levels. The session also resolved to launch a series of protests against increasing unemployment in the country under the BJP rule and against rising prices of essential commodities, the spokesperson said.
The state unit of the party also resolved to set up mandal level committees and fill up vacant posts of the district and mandal level committees of the party on or before November 15.
It will enable the party to constitute district level political affairs committees and work at the grassroots level, he said.