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CWC meet:Sonia says chintan shivir should not become a ritual

Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi on Monday chaired the Congress Working Committee(CWC) meeting in New Delhi to work out the agenda for the upcoming  brainstorming session of the party in Udaipur. In her openinh remark, Gandhi urged the party leaders to attend the three-day long session in the Rajasthan's Udaipur city from May 13. The brainstorming session comes at a time when the Congress is fighting hard to retain its position as an opposition party in the country. “There are no magic wands. It is only selfless work, discipline and a sense of consistent collective purpose that will enable us to demonstrate our tenacity and resilience. The party has been good to each and every one of us. Now is the time to repay that debt in full measure,"she said. 

Mrs Gandhi said, Self-criticism is of course needed in our party forums. But this should not be done in a manner that self-confidence and morale is eroded and an atmosphere of gloom and doom becomes all-pervasive. The CWC meeting also discussed greater social representation of various sections in all organisational positions, above the current 33 per cent per cent reservation for women, empowering state units to decide booth and district level heads, the party is planning to address some key concerns to take on the BJP, 

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