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JAMMU: AICC Observer and Party PRO for Jammu and Kashmir, Hussain Dalwai, MP Rajya Sabha, on Wednesday expressed great satisfaction over the successful membership drive and greeted PCC President, G.A Mir and other leaders for their dedication and hard work.
He informed that “Congress Party in first phase is going to hold organisational elections at booth level, in second
phase block level and then district level and in 4th phase the elections of PCC President would he held.
The whole process will be completed as per schedule issued by Central Election Authority,” said Dalwai while chairing a meeting here on Wednesday.
He also reviewed the organisational affairs and activities especially the ongoing membership drive of the party in the State.
AROs of the AICC, Deepak Rathore and Maqsood Mirza and senior functionaries of State Congress unit viz District Presidents, contesting candidates and ex-legislators attended the meeting.
Mir briefed the PRO about the details of the membership in different parts right from booth level as a result the primary membership and active membership has entered third phase of delegates of the party at various levels. It was disclosed that a very encouraging response has been received for the party membership in the State.
“Despite the deteriorating situation in the Valley, Congress Party has been able to enroll more than 8.25 lakh primary members in the J&K State including 4.75 lakh in Jammu Province and 3.50 in Kashmir Province. The Party is fully prepared for organisational elections that are scheduled to be completed in next three months,” Mir asserted.
Senior Vice President, Sham Lal Sharma, Vice Presidents Mula Ram, Raman Bhalla, Ravinder Sharma, Rajnesh Sharma, Yogesh Sawhney, Shabir Khan, Namrta Sharma, Faqir Nath, Th. Shiv Dev Singh, G.L Chalotra, Krishan Chander Bhagat, Ashok Dogra, Vinod Khajuria, S.S Shingari, District Presidents Anil Chopra, Sain Abdul Rashid, Ashok Gupta and Arun Singh Raju attended the meeting.
Congress enrolls 8.25 lakh primary members in J&K
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