Youth Congress to boost party at booth levels
DECCAN CHRONICLE | DC Correspondent
Hyderabad: A national convention is currently taking place in Bengaluru to train the office bearers of the Indian Youth Congress at various levels, including national, state, district, and Assembly units. The convention, which started on Thursday, will be attended by prominent leaders like Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi, and Mallikarjun Kharge, with the final day being July 28.
The focus of the programme is on 'Boothjodo,' which involves preparing for elections. During the convention, speakers will address the ideology of the Congress, leadership development, and communication skills.
Notable attendees include Youth Congress president of Telangana, Shivsena Reddy, TPCC vice-president Chamala Kiran Kumar Reddy, and Indian Youth Congress national president B.V. Srinivas. The event has gathered around 150 delegates, including 120 youth leaders from various Assembly constituencies and 30 office bearers.
The convention aims to empower the Youth Congress to play a vital role in party victories, as they have been credited for their significant contribution to the party's success in Karnataka. The event spans over three days, providing a platform for youth leaders to enhance their skills and understanding of the Congress' principles.