Hyderabad meeting ends: Congress is confident of decisive mandate in assembly polls

Congress is confident in a clear mandate from the assembly elections

Party leaders expressed optimism about receiving a “clear mandate” in the upcoming assembly elections in five states as the two-day Congress Working Committee (CWC) meeting in Hyderabad came to an end on Sunday. Elections are scheduled to take place in Telangana, Madhya Pradesh, Mizoram, Rajasthan, and Chhattisgarh at some point this year.

The party also discussed the preparedness of its organization for the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections, which as it seems are due in April-May 2024.
Congress chief of all poll-bound States has given presentations during the meeting about their strategy and preparations, sources said.
The Congress said the party is “fully ready for the battle ahead” and it is confident that the people are “wanting change”.
“We will fulfill their expectations of law and order, freedom, social and economic justice, equality and equity,” the party took a resolution during the meeting.

A day before the weeklong special session of Parliament, the Congress party has also renewed its call for greater legislative reservations for women. Congressman Jairam Ramesh stated that the Congress Working Committee demands that the Women’s Reservation Bill be passed during the special session of Parliament in a post on the social media platform X.

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