The Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra was seen holidaying at her bungalow in Shimla, at a time when rift has emerged between Congress leaders in Punjab.
The former Union minister also said the Congress would not form alliance with any party in the upcoming Uttar Pradesh assembly polls.
Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi said strong Congress organization is equally important for nation building
The decision to take out the 'Congress Pratigya Yatra:Hum Vachan Nibhayenge' was taken at a meeting Gandhi held with the party advisory and strategy committee members here, the party said in a statement.
Thousands of farmers from Uttar Pradesh and neighbouring states gathered in Muzaffarnagar on Sunday for the 'Kisan Mahapanchayat'.
The state government has still not taken any concrete steps to strengthen the health system, the Congress general secretary alleged.
This is the second time within a week, Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel had a meeting with ex-Congress chief Rahul Gandhi.
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Netta D’Souza has been appointed following resignation of Sushmita Dev, who left the party to join TMC.
'Modi ji has brought black farm laws, which are a threat to the food power of the country.' said Priyanka Gandhi Vadra
While the Congress high command finalises a blueprint for ending the internal crisis in Rajasthan, sources say a second attempt at ironing out the mess in Chhattisgarh may be made next month.
The Congress will contest all 403 Uttar Pradesh Assembly seats and the party's CM candidate will be decided by the party high command, UPCC chief Ajay Kumar Lallu said
Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Varda is on a two-day visit to Uttar Pradesh ahead of the Assembly polls scheduled to take place in the state next year.
During the visit she is expected to hold meeting with party functionaries and leaders to prepare for next year’s assembly polls
The meeting comes ahead of the party's Punjab unit revamp and amid reports that Navjot Singh Sidhu may get a key role in the organisation.
On Thursday, a meeting between interim Congress chief Sonia Gandhi and party veteran Kamal Nath once again spurred the speculation of an imminent revamp of the Congress party.
Amarinder Singh is learned to have reiterated his reservations over Navjot Singh Sidhu’s elevation in Punjab.
The commonest but unproven theory doing the rounds is that Prashant Kishor is out to cement a Federal Front by stitching together an alliance of disparate opposition group.
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