Congress to demand President's rule in Manipur, condemns 'One Nation-One Election' proposal

The Congress began its two-day mammoth event at Taj Krishna in Hyderabad on Friday with the staging of the Congress Working Committee (CWC) meeting

Congress to demand Presidents rule in Manipur, condemns One Nation-One Election proposal

HYDERABAD: The Congress, which began its two-day mammoth event at Taj Krishna here on Friday with the staging of the Congress Working Committee (CWC) meeting, has decided to pass 14 resolutions including demand for President's rule in Manipur and condemnation of the proposed 'One Nation-One Election' plan. The party passed resolutions on various issues of national importance. Here is a detailed breakdown of the key points discussed:

1. The CWC began by expressing its deepest condolences to the families of army and police personnel who lost their lives in Jammu & Kashmir.

2. The committee criticised the BJP and the Prime Minister for celebrating G20 in the national capital while the nation was mourning the tragic events in Jammu & Kashmir.

3. CWC praised Mallikarjun Kharge for his contributions as Congress President over the past year, highlighting his commitment to social justice, empowerment, and the defense of the Constitution against the Modi Government's actions.

4. The CWC celebrated the first anniversary of the Bharat Jodo Yatra led by Rahul Gandhi, emphasizing its mission to unite people, address economic disparities, youth unemployment, and authoritarianism, and resist attacks on India's federal structure.

5. The committee decried the constitutional breakdown in Manipur and ongoing violence, demanding the removal of the Chief Minister and the imposition of President's Rule to restore peace.

6. The CWC criticised the BJP for its divisive policies and rising casteism, communalism, and regionalism despite the Prime Minister's call for a 10-year moratorium on these issues.

7. The committee raised concerns over growing unemployment, rising commodity prices, and the failure to create promised jobs, emphasizing that the Prime Minister's job creation efforts fell short.

8. The CWC expressed dismay over the failure to conduct the decennial Census and the refusal to perform a Caste Census, calling for an increase in reservations for scheduled castes, scheduled tribes, and OBCs.

9. The CWC rejected calls for a new Constitution and defended the Constitution drafted by Dr. Ambedkar and the values of the freedom struggle led by Mahatma Gandhi.

10. The committee called for a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) investigation into the transactions of the Adani business group.

11. The CWC criticised the 'One Nation, One Election' proposal, considering it an attack on India's federal structure, highlighting the Modi Government's undermining of federalism.

12. The committee condemned China's incursions into Indian-held territory, urging the government to take a resolute stand on the border dispute.

13. CWC pledged its commitment to communal harmony, social and economic fraternity, and the aspirations of India's youth.

14. Finally, the CWC welcomed the consolidation of the Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA), emphasising its resolve to make it an ideological and electoral success.

Next Story

Similar Posts