Mumbai: Senior Congress leader Sushilkumar Shinde said his party’s long-standing tradition of organizing training camps for its workers to propagate the ideology and programs of the organization has come to an end and it is difficult to know. That’s where we stand now.
The former Union Minister said that the Congress has a tradition of organizing training camps for its workers to propagate the party’s ideology, programs and policies. He said, ‘This process has stopped and I am not feeling well about it. It is difficult to know where we stand now.
Shinde was speaking at a function organized on the occasion of 75th birthday of senior Congress functionary Ratnakar Mahajan at Indapur in Pune district on June 29. The former Union minister said Mahajan’s debates, discussions and his articles in the Maharashtra Congress magazine ‘Shidori’ guide the workers to explain the party’s ideology.
Shinde said, “Our policies may be wrong, but training camps are needed to correct them. I used to sit with pads and pens during training camps organized by the party. Unfortunately such training camps have become a rarity now.
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