Rahul Gandhi meets party workers in Haryana to strategise bolstering party presence in state


New Delhi: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Friday met with the party leaders from Haryana and discussed over the declining presence of party across the country. The meeting continued for three hours where the workers gave their inputs for boosting up the party’s appearance.  

Congress Haryana in-charge Vivek Bansal, spoke to the media and said, “Rahul Gandhi took suggestions from all the leaders. We discussed the present political situation. We will together make the organisation strong. Rahul Gandhi has advised us to be united”.

Bansal further said, “The meeting was held to chalk out the road plan for the party in the coming years. People have been wanting to express their grievances with each other and I think they were able to.”

During the meeting, the Congress leader asked the party leaders to work cohesively.


Former Haryana Chief Minister and Congress leader Bhupinder S Hooda said, “Everybody kept their views regarding how the party can be bolstered up for elections. There’s no acrimony among anyone and we’ll fight elections unitedly.”

“We all gave ideas and opinions on how to strengthen the party. There is no discrimination. We will all fight unitedly. The main aim was to discuss the ways to strengthen the party and fight unitedly,” he added.

Kumari Selja, President of Haryana Pradesh Congress Committee said, “There is no doubt that there are issues that need to be addressed to strengthen the party at the grassroots level with new vigour. People expressed themselves and were heard by Rahul Gandhi and met everybody together.”

“Our leader encouraged everyone to be frank in expressing their views and they did. The rough crease has been ironed out. I am satisfied with the meeting as I see it as a very positive turn-around for the leaders and for the party. We are going to put up a united front and go unitedly ahead for the aim which we have set,” he said.

As per the media reports, next meeting will be held in few coming few days. 

(With inputs from ANI)

first published:March 26, 2022, 6:22 p.m.

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