Rahul likely to start Bihar mega training camp
Patna: AICC General Secretary Rahul
Gandhi is likely to start the five-day mega training camp
organised by Bihar Pradesh Youth Congress Committee (BPYCC) in Patna
on March 14 in his first visit to the state after the
party faced a crushing blow in the 2010 Assembly polls.
Rahul is likely to undertake a day`s visit to start
the mega training programme here, state Congress sources said.
State Youth Congress president Lalan Kumar said
preparations were on in full swing for the mega event. Several
senior party leaders, including AIYCC chief Rajiv Satav, have
confirmed their participation in the camp.
He informed that scholars from Delhi`s Jawaharlal Nehru
University and Jawarharlal Nehru Leadership Institute would
deliver lectures to the partymen. Special lectures would be
held on motivation and imparting training for discipline,
etiquette, manners, dedication and commitment, Kumar said.
"We will also discuss strategies for undertaking
sustained campaign for expanding the base of the youth
organisation to the grass root level," he said.
Kumar said the camp was organised following Rahul`s
directive to connect the party to grassroots.
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