Step out of offices and hear partymen's grievances, says Rahul Gandhi to PCC chiefs

Last Updated: Sat, Feb 16, 2013 15:30 hrs

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday met with all the Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) chiefs and asked them to step out of their offices to increase contacts with partymen and strengthen the organisation.

He also set time-bound agenda for the leaders, making it clear that reward will be linked to their performance and tickets will be given only after achieving the set targets.

"Move out of party's state offices for at least 10 days in a month and visit the districts and blocks to hear the partymen's grievances and strengthen the organisation," said Gandhi.

He also gave a timeline of two-months to the state leaders to ensure that all district Congress Committees and Block Congress Committees are constituted.

Rahul Gandhi said that he wishes to meet the PCC and Congress Legislature Party (CLP) chiefs in the national capital once every two-three months.

The two-day meeting of all the party's chief ministers, PCC and CLP chiefs and leaders from states, was started on Friday.

Chief Ministers of Rajasthan, Andhra Pradesh, Delhi, Haryana, Kerala, Maharashtra and Uttarakhand were present in the meeting. (ANI)

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