Congress Restructure: Eight-member panel submits report on Prashant Kishor’s blueprint to Sonia Gandhi

According to top party sources, Prashant Kishor said the Congress should focus on 370 Lok Sabha seats and form an alliance for the rest. He also said that Congress should fight alone in UP, Bihar and Odisha. Congress should fight in alliance in Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and Maharashtra.

An eight-member committee constituted by Congress President Sonia Gandhi has submitted its report in the form of a recommendation after Prashant Kishor’s presentation to the party high command a week ago.

The election strategist who is likely to join the Grand Old Party had presented the 2024 blueprint to Congress chief Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and other senior leaders.

Now it is up to the Congress President to take a final call on the recommendations and “initiate the desired changes in the organisation.”

Prashant Kishor made a detailed presentation on the 2024 Lok Sabha elections at a meeting of top Congress leaders at party president Sonia Gandhi’s residence on April 16.

A highly placed source told India Today TV after the meeting on the condition of anonymity, “Prashant Kishor may join the Congress. He will not be used as an advisor, rather he has been asked to join the party and work as a leader. He made a detailed presentation about the necessary roadmap and organizational changes for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.

The source said, “Prashant said the organizational structure, especially the communication department, needs to be completely overhauled. There is a need to completely change the communication strategy.”

Prashant Kishor discussed various strategies for Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Jharkhand, Bihar and rural areas. Sources said that he focused more on women empowerment and youth.

According to top party sources, Prashant Kishor said the Congress should focus on 370 Lok Sabha seats and form an alliance for the rest. He also said that Congress should fight alone in UP, Bihar and Odisha. Congress should fight in alliance in Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and Maharashtra.

It was also learned that in the meeting, Rahul Gandhi had said that a small group of leaders would further discuss the presentation.

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