Raipur. Janata Congress Chhattisgarh (J) will not merge with any party. Along with this, it was agreed to fight in the upcoming assembly elections with like-minded parties if needed. A decision in this regard was taken in the meeting of the core committee of the party.
The meeting of the core committee of Janata Congress Chhattisgarh (J) was held today at Anugraha Teak Bungalow, Civil Line, under the chairmanship of Tilak Ram Dewangan, a senior leader of the party and former cabinet minister, and in the presence of party president Amit Jogi. The core committee unanimously rejected the proposal to merge with any party, along with this it was agreed to contest the upcoming assembly elections with like-minded parties if necessary.
Along with this, the core committee decided to lay siege to the Vidhan Sabha on July 18, the first day of the upcoming Manasutra session, in which thousands of booth-level Congressmen from all over the state would participate in view of the public’s problems and Congress’s promises.
Tilakram Dewangan, Party President Amit Jogi, General Secretary Mahesh Dewangan, Janrail Singh Bhatia, Richa Jogi, Gitanjali Patel, Santosh Gupta, Dr. Amin Khan, Chief Spokesperson Bhagwanu Nayak, Yuva Morcha State President Pradeep Sahu, student organization in the core committee meeting. State President Ravi Chandravanshi, Bastar President Navneet Chand, State President of Scheduled Tribe Morcha Bharat Kashyap, Rajnandgaon City President Shamsul Alam and others were present.