Arvinder Singh Lovely Takes Charge As Delhi’s Cong Chief
Congress leader Arvinder Singh Lovely took charge as Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee (DPCC) president on Thursday and said that every Congress worker is to strengthen the organisation.
“The priority of every Congress worker is to strengthen the organisation…This is the first step in strengthening the organisation where after five years for the first time Congress leadership and the workers were together on the stage…I have become a president to deliver to my leadership and workers. Congress has a more capable leadership than any other party,” said Lovely.
DPCC president Arvinder Singh Lovely had earlier said that his priority was to strengthen the party in the city-state and said, “I see a bright future for the Congress in Delhi.”
While speaking to ANI, he further stated that people are looking towards Rahul Gandhi, and added that the people of Delhi and the country are missing Congress.
“It is true that the performance of Congress has not been good in the last few years, but seeing the atmosphere in Delhi and the country today, people are looking towards Rahul Gandhi. The people of Delhi are facing a ‘double maar’. The people of Delhi and the country are missing Congress. We will strengthen our organisation and continue to raise people’s issues. I see a bright future for the Congress in Delhi. The decision (on an alliance with AAP in Delhi) will be taken by the party high command.”
Arvinder Singh Lovely took over from Anil Chaudhry. He was earlier in charge of the state unit in 2013 and had jumped ship to the BJP in 2017 only to return to the Congress in 2018. In 2013 he was one of the 8 MLAs that extended support to the first AAP government formed by Arvind Kejriwal. Lovely has also served as a minister in all three governments of late Delhi Chief Minister Shiela Dikshit and held significant portfolios such as transport, education, revenue, and urban development, among others. (ANI)
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