In an effort to boost their moral ahead of possible Assembly polls, Delhi Congress on Wednesday offered its employees a bonus of two months salary as a "Diwali gift", in first such financial assistance in the last 15 years.
Scores of Congress workers and leaders on Sunday held a protest here demanding immediate resignation of Union Minister Prakash Javadekar accusing him of forcing Doordarshan to go for live telecast of RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat's speech from Nagpur two days ago.
In a hard hitting attack on Lt Governor Najeeb Jung, Delhi Congress on Friday questioned his move to invite BJP to form government in the city, accusing him of acting at the behest of Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and a section of BJP leaders.
Delhi Congress ton Sunday wrote a letter to Election Commission to deploy more security personnel in minority dominated areas, expressing concern that the BJP may create social unrest on the polling day to polarize votes.
Suffering a severe drubbing in the Lok Sabha polls today, Delhi Congress today said it accepted the verdict with humility and asked BJP to fulfil the promises it made to the people during the campaign.
Delhi Congress on Saturday hinted at exploring the possibility of an alliance with "secular" parties for elections for mayors and deputy mayors` post in all the three municipal corporations in the city.
Scores of Congress workers on Tuesday staged a violent protest outside BJP leader Subramanian Swamy`s residence in Nizamuddin area of South Delhi demanding an "unconditional apology" for allegedly making derogatory remarks against Priyanka Gandhi and top party leaders.
In a tit-for-tat measure, Delhi Congress on Sunday kick started an `expose-all` campaign against former chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, whom it accused of abandoning the national capital at the mercy of bureaucrats to further his own political ambitions.
Slamming Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for staging protest demanding action against some policemen, Delhi unit of Congress on Monday alleged that his government was trying to implement the British-era Rowlatt Act in the capital.
Sulking Congress MP Rao Inderjit Singh, who had demanded a probe into land deals of Sonia Gandhi`s son-in-law Robert Vadra, has told the party`s central leadership that he has not announced his resignation from the organization.