Congress President Rahul Gandhi has constituted a Manifesto Committee of AICC to prepare the Election Manifesto of the party for the upcoming 2019 parliamentary elections. In furtherance of this vision, the Committee will interact with various stakeholders in the country before finalizing the Manifesto for the 2019 elections.
With this objective in mind, the AICC Manifesto Committee headed by former Finance Minister P Chidambaram will travel across the country to listen to a cross-section of society and industry. As a part of this programme, the committee will visit Mumbai in the coming week and propose to hold a high-level consultative session between business and industry leaders with the Manifesto Committee of the Party.
The sub-committee of the main manifesto committee will visit the city on October 23 to take the views of various stakeholders and incorporate them in the upcoming manifesto for the Lok Sabha 2019 Elections. This sub-committee will also interact with various civic activists on urban issues and challenges. This meeting will be organised at MCA in Mumbai’s Bandra at 10:30 am. This sub-committee will be headed by Selja Kumari, Former Union Minister and Rajya Sabha MP.
Similarly, on October 27, the main committee headed by P Chidambaram will visit Mumbai and interact with business leaders, investor groups, policymakers, members of trade associations and banking sector, among others over the challenges before the Indian economy. The venue for the meeting is still being worked on. Both the aforesaid programmes are being organised by Mumbai Congress along with the AICC.
Mumbai Congress President Sanjay Nirupam said, “Mumbai Congress is trying to approach all the stakeholders for both the meetings. But if someone is unable to connect with the Congress Party, they can reach out to the Party at email@example.com and give his/ her views for the Party’s manifesto for the upcoming Lok Sabha Elections. For further information, the main committee headed by P. Chidambaram will visit Mumbai and interact with business leaders, investor groups, policymakers, members of trade associations and banking sector among others on the challenges before the Indian economy.”