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In the upcoming elections, the first battle is to save the constitution:  Gulam Ahmad Mir

Ranchi EW News : A meeting was held at the Press Club auditorium under the chairmanship of Jharkhand Pradesh Congress President Rajesh Thakur. The meeting, attended by executive presidents, Lok Sabha constituency in-charges, Lok Sabha candidates, district presidents, district coordinators, and spokespersons, saw the presence of Gulam Ahmad Mir, the state in-charge. Detailed discussions were held regarding the Five Justice 25 Guarantee Campaign and the updated status of booth-level agent registration, with inputs from the district president and Lok Sabha coordinator.

Gulam Mohammad Mir, the state in-charge, instructed the Lok Sabha candidates to establish a central election office at each parliamentary constituency level, which will remain open 24/7.

Addressing the leaders present at the meeting, Gulam Ahmad Mir emphasized that a party’s manifesto is its roadmap. He highlighted that the Congress manifesto this time is not just traditional but reflects the voices of the people, gathered through Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra and Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra. The manifesto focuses on addressing the grievances of the people and ensuring their freedom of choice in matters of living, eating, dressing, and speaking.

Rajesh Thakur, the Pradesh Congress President, stated that the electoral atmosphere in Jharkhand is positive. He emphasized that in elections, it’s not the candidate but the organization that fights, as candidate announcements can happen anytime, but the organization’s preparation continues for months, ultimately determining the success or failure of candidates.

He stressed the importance of upholding the Congress’s Five Justice 25 Guarantee campaign before the public to compare it with the false promises made by Modi and the guarantees given by Congress in the past and for the upcoming elections.

Several leaders and officials were present at the event, including Jaleshwar Mahato, Shahzada Anwar, Bandhu Tirkey, former Central Minister Subodh Kant Sahay, former MP Ramtahal Choudhary, Minister Rameshwar Oraon, Banna Gupta, Badal Patralekh, MLA Deepika Pandey Singh, Umashankar Akela, Naman Viksal Kongari, Ramchandra Singh, Rajesh Kachhap, Bhushan Bada, Shilpi Neha Tirkey, Lok Sabha aspirant Sukhdev Bhagat, Jayaprakash Bhai Patel, Lok Sabha coordinator Keshav Mahato Kamlesh, Banna Gupta, Pradeep Tulsyani, Sultan Ahmad, Jayashankar Pathak, Rama Khalco, Bhim Kumar, media coordinator Rakesh Sinha, organizational secretary Amulya Neeraj Khalco, media chairman Satish Paul Munjani, spokesperson Sonal Shanti, Kamal Thakur, Rishikesh Singh, Shamsher Alam, Shantanu Mishra, Shaqeel Ahmad, Abha Sinha, Jagdish Sahu, Niranjan Paswan, district coordinator Ravindra Verma, Anukul Mishra, Ajay Singh, Vinod Kushwaha, Chandrashekhar Shukla, Baljeet Singh Bedi, Jawahar Lal Mahatha, Shiv Kumar Bhagat, Suresh Baitha, Ajay Nath Shahdev, Ranjan Boipai, Ashik Ansari, Vijay Chaubey, Vinay Sinha Deepu, Satyanarayan Singh, Mahesh Chandravanshi, Uday Prakash, Dinesh Yadav, Bhagirath Paswan, Shailendra Yadav, Pramod Singh, Dhananjay Singh, Satish Kedia, Umesh Gupta, Rashid Raja Ansari, Chandrashekhar Das, Rakesh Kiran Mahato, Ravi Mishra, Chaitu Oraon, Sukher Bhagat, Shaqeel Ahmad Ansari, Muneshwar Oraon, Jesh Ranjan Pathak, and others.



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