Delhi Congress chief Ajay Maken appealed to workers to strengthen the party to “fight the divisive forces”.
In 2009, CBI had named Jagdish Tytler and businessman Abhishek Verma in a charge sheet for allegedly sending a forged letter to the then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
Maken said another provision has been added, according to which, builder can extend deadline for compensation.
Congress dismissed his apology for carrying on with his rally despite a farmer’s suicide, saying it was not enough and he needs to introspect why such a situation was allowed to develop.
Maken said the Kejriwal government reduced over 35.6 per cent funds for urban development.
The team includes five women members, three representatives from the Valmiki community and two Muslims.
Maken said neither the Centre nor the Delhi government “were bothered to provide any compensation to them”.
“Any person wanting to be a part of Congress can now apply through their smartphones,” said Ajay Maken.
The Delhi Congress chief said that recent rain and hailstorms had ruined crops in Bawana.
The Delhi Congress’s attempts to strengthen its position in the rural Assembly segments of outer Delhi have its roots in the BJP’s loss of popularity
Delhi Congress chief Ajay Maken also launched a series of swine flu awareness campaigns in Delhi.
Congress workers will distribute pamphlets displaying preventive measures against the H1N1 virus.
Maken emphasised that the Congress faces big challenge after losing three elections in the city.
He added that changes in Pradesh Congress are likely as organisation has to be built from base on basis of issues.
Sources in the party said the decision was taken as a part of the party’s rebuilding process in Delhi.