Dr Chandrabhan sets target of majority in 2013 Election

Rajasthan state Congress president Dr Chandrabhan assumed office at a well attended function held at the PCC headquarters with resolve to gear up the organisation to retain the power in 2013 Assembly election with absolute majority. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, outgoing state president Union Road Transport and Highways Minister CP Joshi, former state presidents Narain Singh, Dr.Girija Vyas and Dr BD Kalla, former Union Minister and sitting MP Sisram Ola, AICC Secretary and sititng MP Bhanwar Jitendra Singh, Union Minister Namo Narain Meena several members of Gehlot Council of Ministers including Home Minister Shanti Kumar Dhairwal, Energy Minister Dr Jitendra Singh and Tourism Minister Bina Kak were present. Expressing his gratitude to Party Supremo Sonia Gandhi for entrusting the top post in the party state unit, Dr Chandrabhan said his top most priority would be to uphold the faith and expectation of the leadership by strengthening and expanding party up to rural level to enable it so win the election.
''In the December 2008 assembly election we fell short of majority and had to depend up on others for support to form the government. Now my task and target is to attain majority mark in next elections on our own and also to improve the tally of the last Lok Sabha polls when we had won 20 of total 25 seats''. Mr Bhan said. ''This is not possible without cooperation and support from all of the party workers across the state and therefore, I do appeal to workers to join hands, work unitedly extend cooperation and support to achieve the above goal'', the party state Chief said. He also counselled the party workers to be discplined and loyal to the party and not to rake upinternal matters in public. ''You all are supposed to behave like ruling party ranks and not like the Opposition people, therefore, laud to your best the achievements and good works of our government and organisation but don't make public internal issues, differences and weakness. That should be conveyed to the party in a sober and silent manner'', Mr Bhan asserted.