Congress leader Sachin Pilot expresses confidence over up coming polls

Jaipur: Congress leader Sachin Pilot on Tuesday exuded confidence that his party will regain lost grounds in the coming elections with Rajasthan as the starting point of its revival.

"Congress will regain in next elections and the beginning will be from Rajasthan in next assembly elections, followed by the Lok Sabha elections," Pilot said.

Congress leader Sachin Pilot. File photo. AFP

Congress leader Sachin Pilot. File photo. AFP

"The party workers have been motivated to work at the booth level to ensure that the party candidate wins in the elections," Pilot told PTI.

He said Congress is holding booth level meetings which are being attended by local people in large number which indicates that people are unhappy with the functioning of the current state government.

During a two-day meeting, the party leaders asked the workers to work hard for the party's victory in next assembly and Lok Sabha elections.

He said meetings of party workers, training programmes will be held in months to come and all the leaders will work with unity for the victory of the party.

The meeting was attended by the party general secretary and in-charge of the party affairs in the state, Gurudas Kamat, former chief minister Ashok Gehlot among others.

Updated Date: Jul 26, 2016 19:31 PM

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