Congress prepares blueprint to bounce back

Exuding confidence, the Delhi Congress on Wednesday got down to preparing the blueprint to bounce back in the coming Assembly polls.

However, former chief minister Sheila Dikshit was conspicuous by her absence at the three-hour workshop held at the Delhi Congress office, raising questions about internal differences in the party.

The party decided not to make promises like the rival BJP and the Aam Aadmi Party. Delhi Congress chief Arvinder Singh said: “The party would refrain from politics of falsehood during the campaign.”

“We will take a truthful path and conduct constructive campaigns in the coming Delhi Assembly elections,” he said.

The party would not make any promises in its manifesto which cannot be fulfilled as this habit of the BJP and the AAP has been exposed before the voters, he said.
He appealed to the Congress workers to have direct dialogues with people and fight for solving their problems.

“People are once again looking towards the Congress to provide them a stable and sustainable government. The BJP and Aam Aadmi Party have betrayed the trust and faith of Delhiites,” Arvinder Singh said.

During the workshop, attended by top Delhi leaders like Ajay Maken and Sajjan Kumar, it was decided to launch a door-to-door campaign.

Maken said the Congress will educate people on the failures of the BJP-led central government.

“The promise to bring back black money from abroad has not been kept. The  BJP government has been exposed,” he said.

Former MP and Congress strong man Sajjan Kumar said the party was planning to include welfare issues in manifesto for the benefit of people living in unauthorised colonies and slums.

Former Delhi minister Haroon Yusuf said:  “The Congress will expose the communal face of the BJP in the backdrop of the recent flare-ups in Delhi.”

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