Raipur: Chhattisgarh Congress In-charge P L Punia on Thursday said that the party would retain power in Chhattisgarh in 2023 Assembly poll. Punia was in Raipur on Thursday to hold a meeting of the State Executive Body of Congress and he talked to media after the meeting.
Important issues related to party organisation were discussed in the meeting. Booths will be reconstituted for proper management of booths and emphasis was made to strengthen the party organisation and continuous efforts for the same. Congress will fight 2023 Assembly elections in a better manner way and will come back to power in flying colors, said Punia.
Coordination between the party and the government was another major issue that was discussed in the meeting. Punia said that it is necessary to resolve the issues related to party workers on priority as they are the backbone of the party.
To a query regarding Congress MLAs accusing the ministers of minting money through transfer/posing, Punia downplayed the issue and said that the party does not need to take cognizance of such small things. He also gave the message to the MLAs to remain in the discipline. The party may take disciplinary action against those found indulging in any indiscipline activities, he said.
Asked on BJP raising two and a half years formula, he said that it is meant for the BJP but not for Congress.”
AICC Secretary for Chhattisgarh Dr Chandan Yadav, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, CPCC President, Labour Minister Dr Shiv Kumar Dahariya, CPCC In-charge General Secretary (Administration) Ravi Ghosh, CPCC In-charge General Secretary (Organisation) Chandrashekhar Shukla, Vice President Gurumukh Singh Hora among others attended the meeting of the state executive body.