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Sonia Gandhi had done such planning 20 years ago in Chintan Shivir, had removed the air of Vajpayee’s Shining India


Jaipur: Congress leaders and workers gave a warm welcome to former Congress President Rahul Gandhi on his arrival in Udaipur. Rahul Gandhi reached Udaipur by Mewar Express. Veteran Congress leaders also reached Udaipur with him. PCC leaders including Congress MLAs from across the division were welcomed at the railway station. Local artists performed to welcome Rahul Gandhi. Workers gathered outside Udaipur City railway station to see Rahul Gandhi. A warm welcome was given by the workers outside the station. Sitting in the bus from the railway station, left for Hotel Aravali Taj. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and state in-charge Ajay Maken are also present with Rahul Gandhi. Congress’s Nav Sankalp camp is being organized at Hotel Aravali Taj. In Rajasthan, this is the third time in the last 20 that Congress’s Chintan Shivir is being held here. Let us know what has benefited the Congress from the Chintan Shivir held in Rajasthan so far.

Mount Abu of 2002: In the year 2002, from 8-9 November, Congress organized a Chintan Shivir in Mount Abu, Rajasthan. At that time the NDA government was running at the center under the leadership of Atal Bihari Vajpayee. Congress was out of power for six years. BJP was busy campaigning vigorously under the Shining India campaign. It seemed that the Congress would not be able to stand anywhere in front of the Shining India campaign. But the effect of Chintan Shivir was visible in the 2004 Lok Sabha elections and the Congress-led UPA government was formed at the Centre. In the 2002 Chintan Shivir, the then Congress President Sonia Gandhi had said, ‘The Chief Minister of the Congress should live up to the expectations of the people. There are Lok Sabha elections after 1.5 years, the public is watching us. Let us tell here that at that time there was Congress government in 14 states, at present only two states have direct Congress government. It was decided in the Chintin Shivir that good governance has to be shown in the Congress ruled states. After this contemplation camp, the Congress returned to power at the Center after about 8 years.
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Jaipur Chintan Camp in 2013: The two-term government (9 years) of the UPA, led by the Congress at the Center, was almost over. There were many allegations of corruption against the Manmohan Singh government. Different movements against corruption were taking place in many parts of the country. In such a situation, a Chintan Shivir was organized by the Congress in Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan, from January 18 to 19. There was a strong buzz in the BJP to launch the then Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi at the Centre. At the same time, Rahul Gandhi had had a good time in active politics. There was a discussion that Rahul Gandhi should be given important responsibility in the party. At that time Congress had governments in 13 states of the country. The Chintin camp of Jaipur was organized only to hand over the leadership to Rahul Gandhi. In this contemplation camp, Rahul Gandhi had said, ‘Last night mother (Sonia Gandhi) came into the room and started crying. She knows from her own experiences that power is a poison. After this contemplation camp, the Congress suffered a crushing defeat in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. Under the leadership of Narendra Modi, the NDA government was formed with a thumping majority at the Centre.
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Udaipur Chintan Shivir of 2022: Congress has been out of power at the Center since 2014. Apart from this, the Congress government has also ended in different states of the country. Lok Sabha elections are to be held after two years in 2024. Before that, assembly elections are to be held in Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir in 2022, Karnataka, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh in 2023. In view of this, a Chintan Shivir is being organized by the Congress in Udaipur from May 13 to 15. At this time, due to the continuous loss of elections, there is a tussle within the Congress. Questions are being raised on the leadership of Rahul Gandhi. However, some people are demanding to hand over the party leadership to Rahul Gandhi once again. The main objective of this time’s Chintan Shivir is to bring change and strength in the organization of Congress.
Udaipur News : Rahul Gandhi will come by train to participate in the Navsankalp camp, 74 leaders will also accompany him
Rahul Gandhi will be the keynote speaker at Udaipur Chintan Shivir
Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi left Delhi for Udaipur at 7:30 pm by Chetak Express to reach Udaipur in Rajasthan’s Chintan Shivir. Two coaches were booked in Chetak Express by the Congress party. ‘Party coach’ was written on both these reserved coaches. In this train, Rahul Gandhi was accompanied by former Union Minister Jairam Ramesh, Jharkhand in-charge Avinash Pandey, Jharkhand State President Rajesh Thakur, Northeast in-charge Ajoy Kumar, Mahila Congress President Neta D’Souza, Youth Congress President Srinivas, Haryana in-charge Vivek Bansal, Delhi State President Anil About 70 leaders including Chaudhary left for Udaipur from Delhi. This journey of about 744 km took 12 hours. During this, the train reached Udaipur stopping at 20 stations.

The Congress is organizing a three-day ‘Chintan Shivir’ in Udaipur to chalk out its future strategy to meet the challenges on the political, economic and organizational fronts. This is the fourth contemplation camp being organized by the party so far. A total of 422 leaders of the party will participate in this camp. Udaipur Congress Contemplation Camp The keynote speaker is Rahul Gandhi.

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