11 party promises will be reminded by going door to door

  • Congress will knock on every house in village contact campaign
  • Har Ghar Sampark campaign will run along with Akrosh Yatra
  • Yatra before implementation of code of conduct
  • Will tell about failures of government

Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal
Congress is putting all its strength in campaigning before the assembly elections to be held in November. PCC Chief Kamal Nath is participating in programs and taking meetings one after the other and visiting every district of the state. By the end of this month, Congress will knock on every house.

Along with the Jan Akrosh Yatra, the party will run a door-to-door contact campaign. In this, officials of District, Block, Mandalam and Sector units will be sent door to door to tell the villagers about the failures of the BJP government. Chargesheet pamphlets will be distributed. Congress will remind the public of their 11 promises. This campaign will be promoted through internet media. Congress’s Jan Akrosh Yatra will start from the second fortnight of September. It will reach every assembly constituency and small and big meetings will be held.

These will be promoted

On one hand, the issues of tribal and Dalit oppression will be raised in the Scheduled Caste-Tribe dominated areas, on the other hand, when Congress government is formed, women will be given Rs 1500, LPG cylinder at five hundred rupees, hundred units of electricity free of cost – 200 units at half rate, employees. The implementation of other schemes including restoration of old pension, loan waiver of farmers, waiver of outstanding electricity bills of farmers, withdrawal of old cases will be publicized. State Congress officials say that district, block, mandalam and sector officials have been told that this is an important program to convey their message to the voters.

Everyone should participate enthusiastically in this. The Information Technology Department of the party will work to make it reach the people through internet media. For this, the district units have been asked to use all mediums of internet media.

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