Cong’s election committee forms strategy in meeting

  • Many prominent leaders, including Kamal Nath-Digvijay, Leader of Opposition participated
  • Single line proposal expected
  • Discussion on sending a panel of names as well

Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal
With the date of the assembly elections coming closer in the state, all the political parties have started preparing their election strategy.

In this connection, a meeting of the election committee was held at the PCC office of the state unit of the Congress party on Sunday. Nineteen members, including Election Committee Chairman Kamal Nath and former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh attended the meeting. This meeting is considered to be very important with respect to the candidates. According to a senior Congress functionary, the election committee will pass a single line proposal regarding the declaration of candidates and could leave it up to the Screening Committee. On the other hand, if this proposal is not agreed upon, then the panel of names of the candidates will be sent to the Screening Committee and Central Office for declaration of the candidate.

After this, the screening committee can seal the name of the strongest candidate on the basis of the survey and all the reports.

Preparation to declare names initially of candidate on 66 lost seats

The Congress is preparing to decide the candidates for the 66 seats initially, where it lost in MP. Former CM Digvijay Singh has given his report to PCC Chief Kamal Nath after visiting these lost seats. In his report, Digvijay has also given the reasons for the defeat in the last elections and the names of possible strong candidates in his report to Kamal Nath. Kamal Nath has also got these names and the names revealed in the survey done cross-matching. Now the Congress is preparing to declare candidates for these seats. Digvijay Singh, Dr. Govind Singh, Arun Yadav, Suresh Pachauri, Kantilal Bhuria and other members were present in the meeting. Party’s national president Mallikarjun Kharge proposed to visit Sagar on August 22. Discussion on the assembly. There will be a brainstorming on the issues of the assembly election campaign.

Committee formed 19 days ago

Kamal Nath was made the chairman of the Madhya Pradesh election committee formed on August 1. Apart from this, Leader of Opposition Dr. Govind Singh, former CM Digvijay Singh, former Union Minister Suresh Pachauri, Kantilal Bhuria, Arun Yadav, Ajay Singh Rahul, Vivek Tankha, Rajmani Patel, Nakul Nath, Sajjan Singh Verma, Vijay Laxmi Sadho, Tarun Bhanot, Omkar Singh Markam, Sukhdev Panse, Jeetu Patwari, Kamleshwar Patel have been included as members. The heads of all frontal organizations of Congress have also been made members in this committee.

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