Jammu, July 23: A meeting of senior Congress leaders including senior functionaries of PCC, Former
legislators and Frontal heads of the party reviewed the overall political scenario in the state and devised
future course of action for gearing up the party activities for any future political process and democratic
exercise in the state.
According to the statement , the meeting was presided over by PCC Chief G.A Mir while attended by Former
Ministers, Former MP, Ex-Legislators and prominent leaders of Jammu province.
Mir briefed the meeting about the discussions in the congress working committee (CWC) held on Sunday at
Delhi under the presidentship of Rahul Gandhi.
He apprised the meeting about the important decisions and course of action decided to be taken for the
future general elections to the Lok Sabha and the Assemblies, where ever due to be held shortly.
He told the leaders to gear up the cadres for the forthcoming electoral exercises in the state including ULBs
and Panchayats besides preparations for the Lok Sabha and assembly elections.
The participants gave their views on different aspects and issues for strengthening the party and to emerge
stronger in the future elections. The meeting felt that congress has the bright chances to emerge as a largest
alternative in the State in view of total disenchantment of the people with other parties especially BJP in
Jammu region and PDP in the valley.
The people look towards congress as a strong alternative and it will have to work out appropriate strategies
and gear up in every nook and corner to cash on the positive wave in favour of Congress party.
The meeting appealed to the party leaders and workers to rise to the occasion to take upon this opportunity
and unitedly stand against the communal, divisive and opportunist forces in the state and work for
strengthening the party at grass root levels.
The meeting also took stock of the organizational activities and the steps for intensification of the activities
at all levels, to meet the future challenges and emerge stronger and victories in every electoral exercise.

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