The Uttarakhand Congress attempted to put down the factionalism in the party by holding a meeting of the top leaders in Delhi in the presence of AICC state in-control Devendra Yadav.
The Congress’ endeavors in the hill state corresponds with it’s endeavor to introduce an united face in Punjab.
Former Chief Minister Harish Rawat, head of opposition in the assembly Indira Hridyesh and state party chief Pritam Singh on Monday held a meeting in New Delhi with Yadav on concluding the guide for the state decisions one year from now.
During the meeting, the party members talked about the strength and shortcomings in various parts of the state, other than recruitment measure for the up-and-comers in the 70 assembly seats. Sources said the party has effectively shortlisted possibility for a large portion of the 70 assembly seats.
The party is likewise gauging whether or not to shape a campaign committee. It is probably going to take a decision on having an aggregate authority or advancing somebody as a face of the party’s campaign.
“I have toured 80% of the assembly constituencies and the party has shortlisted candidates for a good number of seats. We will be starting a campaign process the moment there is some relief in the Covid-19 situation,” Yadav told media.
The Congress leaders are probably going to hold another meeting on Saturday. The party needs to give the last shape to its political strategy at the soonest as possible in the state.
The Congress will also need to discover a candidate to challenge against MP-turned-CM Tirath Singh Rawat. Rawat, who isn’t a legislator as of now, actually needs to announce the constituency from where he will fight the elections.