Work has to be done with selfishness and discipline, because there is no magic wand to make the party strong again.
New Delhi: Congress President Sonia Gandhi said in the Congress Working Committee (CWC) meeting held on Sunday ahead of the party's 'Navsankalp Chintan Shivir' that the time has come to pay off the party's debt. Warning the party leaders, Sonia Gandhi said on Monday that criticism on the party's forums is necessary, but it should not happen that the confidence and spirit of common Congressmen should be broken.
Made this call to Congress leaders
He also called upon the Congress leaders in the meeting of the party's top policy-making body Congress Working Committee (CWC) that now the time has come to pay off the party's debt. In such a situation, he will have to work with selflessness and discipline, because there is no magic wand to make the party strong again.
Reorganization of party should be reflected in Navsankalp Chintan Shivir
Sonia Gandhi said that the 'Navsankalp Chintan Shivir' should not be just a ritual, but it should reflect the reorganization of the party. This Chintan Shivir is being organized in Udaipur on 13-15 May. He said, 'Around 400 people are attending this camp, most of whom are in some position in the organization or have held positions in the organization or government. We have tried to have balanced representation in this camp, balance in every aspect.
Issues related to empowerment will be discussed in 6 groups
Sonia Gandhi also mentioned that issues related to politics, social justice and empowerment, economy, organization, farmers and agriculture and youth and empowerment will be discussed in six groups. He said, 'There is no magic wand. With selfless work, discipline and a spirit of consistent collective purpose, we can demonstrate perseverance and resilience. The party has always done good for all of us. Now the time has come to repay the loan in full.
Contemplation camp should not be filled with rituals
Sonia Gandhi also had to say, 'There is definitely a need for self-criticism on our party forums. But it should not be done in such a way that it breaks the confidence and spirit and creates an atmosphere of despair. He insisted, 'Chintan Shivir should not be just a ritual delivery. I am committed that it should reflect the restructuring of the organization, so that ideological, electoral and managerial challenges can be met.