MP Mission 2023: Congress has intensified preparations for the 2023 assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh. Under this, State Congress President and former Chief Minister Kamal Nath has made major changes in the Congress organization and appointed in-charges in 52 districts.
Congress has intensified preparations for the 2023 assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh. Under this, State Congress President and former Chief Minister Kamal Nath has made major changes in the Congress organization and appointed in-charges in 52 districts.
With the appointment of the in-charges, State Congress President Kamal Nath has instructed them to get involved in work immediately. District in-charges will have to establish coordination in the entire organization of their district. Thereby coordinating the activities of all the front organizations of the district such as Mahila Congress, Youth Congress, Indian National Student Organization, Congress Seva Dal including departments and cells etc. and to get information about the work done by them. It will be the job of the in-charge to send it to the Congress state headquarters.
Apart from this, it will be the responsibility of the in-charge to complete the work of formation by taking updated information regarding the formation of Mandalam sector in all the assembly constituencies of the district and verifying where Mandalam sector has been fully formed.
Kamal Nath has also asked to give preference to the Children’s Congress in the work of the district in-charges. In the formation of Children’s Congress in every Vidhan Sabha, the names of one Captain and one Vice Captain have been received and asked to be sent to the State Congress. The children of Congress family members from their areas of influence have also been asked to become members of the Children’s Congress.
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Here is the district wise list of in-charges
Sheopur- Dinesh Gurjar, Morena- Balendu Shukla, Bhind- Vasudev Sharma, Gwalior-Mahendra Singh Chauhan, Datia- Kamleshwar Patel, Shivpuri- Rashmi Panwar Sharma, Guna- Raghu Parmar, Ashok Nagar- Ramsewak Gurjar, Sagar- Avnish Bhargava, Tikamgarh- Chandrika Prasad Dwivedi, Niwari – Damodar Yadav, Chhatarpur – Narayan Prajapati, Damoh – Dharmesh Ghai, Panna – Manoj Trivedi, Satna – Dear Darshan Gaur, Rewa – Pratap Bhanu Sharma, Sidhi – Brij Bhushan Shukla, Singrauli – Anand Ahirwar, Shahdol – Rajendra Mishra , Anuppur- Brihabihari Patel, Umaria- Brihabihari Patel, Katni- Ramesh Chaudhary, Jabalpur- Sunil Jain, Dindori- Kadin Soni, Mandla- Dinesh Yadav, Balaghat- Tarun Bhanot, Seoni- Gambhir Singh, Narsinghpur- Sanjay Singh Parihar, Chhindwara- Naresh Saraf, Neha Singh, Shekhar Chaudhary, Betul- Savita Dewan Sharma, Harda- Ajay Ojha, Narmadapuram- Sanjay Sharma, Raisen- Kailash Parmar, Vidisha- Deepchand Yadav, Bhopal-Mukesh Nayak, Sehore- Syed Sajid Ali, Rajgarh- Rajkumar Patel, Agar- Noori Khan, Shajapur- Jai Prakash Shastri, Dewas- Yogesh Yadav, Khandwa- Kailash Kundal, Khargone- Thakur Jai Singh, Barwani- Archana Jaiswal, Alirajpur- Hemant Pal, Dhar- Nirmala Mehta, Indore- Mahendra Joshi, Ujjain- Shobha Ojha, Ratlam- Amitabh Mandloi, Mandsaur- Mujeeb Qureshi, Neemuch- Mujeeb Qureshi.
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