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Cong facing tough battle for survival in Tripura

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AGARTALA, April 20 - With the Congress facing a tough battle for its existence in Marxist-ruled Tripura, PCC president Birajit Sinha on Wednesday said major organisational reshuffle would be made in the days to come.

Two working presidents for DCCs have been appointed while six working presidents for six BCCs have been engaged to speed up organisational activities in the State, he said while speaking to the media at Congress Bhavan here.

�Today, I am going to Delhi to meet party president Sonia Gandhi who is busy with the party campaign in some States. I will place some proposals before the party high command on how to revamp the organisation�, he said.

Sinha said the party is planning to organise a three-day training programme on leadership here beginning on May 16. Around 350 party leaders from DCC and BCC levels are expected to join the training on party�s policy and ideology.

Without mentioning the party�s alliance with its arch- rival CPI(M) in West Bengal, the PCC president said there are confusions on the party�s ideology and policy among some leaders and workers. �Experts will explain the party�s ideology before the leaders and workers to remove the confusion�, he said.

The move of revamping the organisation has been taken after the revolt by a section of party leaders and office bearers. While PCC working president Asish Saha has resigned recently protesting the party�s tie-up with the CPI (M) in West Bengal, another working president Pradyut Kishore Debbarma has disappeared from State politics long ago.

Besides, some DCC presidents and BCC presidents have joined with Sudip Roy Barman, who resigned as CLP leader in protest against the party�s electoral understanding with the Marxist party.

�Crores of money had been looted away by Ponzi fund companies but the government has remained silent on the issue. We want the government to acquire their movable and immovable properties and distribute the money among the depositors�, he said.

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Cong facing tough battle for survival in Tripura

AGARTALA, April 20 - With the Congress facing a tough battle for its existence in Marxist-ruled Tripura, PCC president Birajit Sinha on Wednesday said major organisational reshuffle would be made in the days to come.

Two working presidents for DCCs have been appointed while six working presidents for six BCCs have been engaged to speed up organisational activities in the State, he said while speaking to the media at Congress Bhavan here.

�Today, I am going to Delhi to meet party president Sonia Gandhi who is busy with the party campaign in some States. I will place some proposals before the party high command on how to revamp the organisation�, he said.

Sinha said the party is planning to organise a three-day training programme on leadership here beginning on May 16. Around 350 party leaders from DCC and BCC levels are expected to join the training on party�s policy and ideology.

Without mentioning the party�s alliance with its arch- rival CPI(M) in West Bengal, the PCC president said there are confusions on the party�s ideology and policy among some leaders and workers. �Experts will explain the party�s ideology before the leaders and workers to remove the confusion�, he said.

The move of revamping the organisation has been taken after the revolt by a section of party leaders and office bearers. While PCC working president Asish Saha has resigned recently protesting the party�s tie-up with the CPI (M) in West Bengal, another working president Pradyut Kishore Debbarma has disappeared from State politics long ago.

Besides, some DCC presidents and BCC presidents have joined with Sudip Roy Barman, who resigned as CLP leader in protest against the party�s electoral understanding with the Marxist party.

�Crores of money had been looted away by Ponzi fund companies but the government has remained silent on the issue. We want the government to acquire their movable and immovable properties and distribute the money among the depositors�, he said.

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