Congress mulls preparing 'Vision Document 2024' for next Lok Sabha polls
Raipur (Chhattisgarh), February 25: With the Congress holding its 85th plenary session in Raipur, the party is considering preparing a "Vision Document 2024" in order to achieve electoral success in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.
According to sources, Congress will prepare the Vision Document 2024 following the end of the "largest-ever" mass contact programme Bharat Jodo Yatra, which will address issues such as unemployment, poverty eradication, inflation, women empowerment, job creation, and national security.
"Congress must reverse the current regressive path of growth. Our growth mantra must have a human touch, creating livelihoods and employment opportunities," a Congress source informed.
"The judiciary is constantly threatened by direct and indirect measures which create apprehensions in their mind. Unfortunately, the Law Minister himself is leading the blatant attack on the judiciary. Congress promises that the independence and integrity of the judiciary will be maintained and protected at all costs," the sources further stated.
"Our victories in 2004 and 2009 along with the able leadership of Dr Manmohan Singh gave me personal satisfaction but what gratifies me most is that my innings could conclude with the Bharat Jodo Yatra, a turning point for Congress," Cong MP and UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi in Raipur said in 85th plenary session of the Congress party which began on Friday.
"This is a challenging time for Congress & the country as a whole. BJP-RSS has captured and subverted every single institution in the country. It has caused economic ruin by favouring a few businessmen," she added.
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