Gearing up for Delhi Mission, Team Delhi Congress meets to pick new block Presidents

Sheila Dikshit
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Gearing for up the Delhi Assembly Polls that are slated for January-February next year, all the newly appointed observers of 14 District of the national capital held its meeting on Friday to finalize the name of Block Presidents of the party for all 280 blocks of the national capital.

All the newly appointed Observers of the 280 Blocks will also hold a meeting today to discuss the strategy and appointing the president on all 280 Blocks in Delhi. Congress in a statement said, ‘All the 280 Observers of the Blocks will meet at 4 pm on Saturday to appoint new Block Presidents.

While earlier in the day, former Delhi Chief Minister and Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee (DPCC) Chief Sheila Dikshit on Friday appointed 14 District Congress Committee Observers and 280 Block Congress Committee Observers.

READ: Congress revamps Delhi Unit: Sheila Dikshit appoints 14 District Observers, 280 Block Observers

The party in the statement added that it has already started gearing up for the Delhi Assembly polls that are slated for Next year. It further added that it will declare its candidates two-three months ahead.

The meeting of the district Observers that held on Friday was attended by many Delhi State Leaders including Former Minister AK Walia, Dr. Kiran Walia, Ramakant Goswami, Dr. Narendra Nath, MLA Hassan Ahmed, Matin Ahmed, Rohit Manchanda, Charanjit Rai, Deshraj Chaudhari, among others.

Earlier on June 28, DPCC Chief Sheila Dikshit, in a move to revamp party organization, dissolved all 280 block Congress committees with immediate effect.

The party had in June held its strategy meeting and directed its Block and District President in Delhi to form a panel of 3 probable candidates from each assembly of which one should be a woman.

In the recently held national polls, Congress faced a humiliating defeat in Delhi too and lost all 7 Lok Sabha Seats.



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