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Indiscipline will not be tolerated: Solanki

HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times  Nahan , July 11, 2013
First Published: 17:45 IST(11/7/2013) | Last Updated: 17:49 IST(11/7/2013)

District Congress committee chief Ajay Solanki has admitted that the gap between the organisation and workers need to be filled in the district so that the bitter outcome of the assembly election was not repeated in the Parliament elections.

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Interacting with mediapersons at Congress Bhawan here on Thursday, Solanki said the Congress office would remain open every day from 10am to 5pm for the party workers and common people so that their demands and grievances could be resolved.

The Congress has its own building at a prime location of the town, but it was not opened regularly.

 

The Congress has its own building at a prime location of the town, but it was not opened regularly.

Reacting on the chargesheet against Nahan MLA Dr Rajeev Bindal, he said the government had completed the impartial inquiry in the case, now it was to the court to decide the matter.

The Congress chief also admitted that it was not easy to run the organisation in the district when the party had lost four seats in five constituencies and claimed that the Congress would not leave any stone unturned in countering the BJP in the district especially in Nahan.

He also cleared that indiscipline would not be tolerated at any cost and added that the youth would be given proper representation in the committee.

 


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