Led by Hardik Patel, the Patidar reservation agitation in Gujarat, Lalit Modi controversy, the Vyapam scam, the rice scam in Chhattisgarh,
and the Jammu and Kashmir floods and the upcoming Bihar elections were some of the major issues that came up for discussion at Monday’s meeting between Congress legislature party (CLP) leaders and Rahul Gandhi.
From across India, the interaction had CLP leaders discuss issues ranging from land acquisition bill, corruption, central schemes and
matters pertaining to their respective states. Congress vice-president asked them to aggressively raise the matter and make sure people were made aware of the lacunae in governance in their regions.
CLP leaders meet Rahul Gandhi, discusses land bill, corruption
The decision came in front of Tuesday’s Congress Working Committee (CWC) meeting that is expected to increase the term of Congress vice-president
Party president and endorse the choice to put off the organisational decisions by a year. It will then be conveyed to the election commission.
The election has been postponed as Rahul is expected to hold interior decisions over every one of the rungs of the congress. Congress members additionally needed to extend nationwide members across the nation participation drive four times since it was announced on October 16, 2014.
The Congress is additionally arranging a rally in Haryana or Delhi on September 20 to commend the “victory of farmers” in driving the Modi
Centre to “backtrack” on the questionable procurement area bill.
Rahul, accordingly, from Champaran, has advanced the launch of his Bihar campaign by a day and the rally will now be held on next week.