Gujarat Pradesh Congress Committee

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GPCC organises Cyber Meet 2015 to impart training to 800 party workers

According to GPCC's IT cell chief Rohan gupta, two IT experts from Kolkata are also coming to give training.

GPCC appoints 33 new secretaries to accommodate various factions within the party

When former union minister Bharatsinh Solani had taken over the reigns of the party in March this year, he had gone for a small-size of the party unit in the state.


Work to weaken PM Modi in Delhi will begin from Gujarat, says GPCC chief Solanki

Solanki said there was no factionalism in the party, all leaders of the party are united under the leadership of Sonia Gandhi.

Bharatsinh Solanki to take over as GPCC chief on Friday

In view of swine flu, party to buy masks for distribution to those who come to attend the function without masks.

State Congress unit likely to see more changes

The party is contemplating to change the Leader of Opposition in the state Assembly with a view to balancing the caste equations within the party.

Ex-Union minister Bharatsinh Solanki is new GPCC chief

In 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the party hit all-time low performance when it lost all 26 Lok Sabha seats from Gujarat to the BJP.


Congress gears up for bypolls in Vadodara, 9 Assembly constituencies

The bypolls are to be any time held within six months.

State meted out raw deal in portfolio allocation:Vaghela

“The injustice with Gujarat has begun from the allocation of portfolio itself.” Vaghela said.

In Gujarat,Congress now offers free drugs

After putting the state government on the backfoot with its scheme for cheap houses for poor women in urban areas,the state Congress on Tuesday announced free supply of 250 essential and life-saving drugs to patients at all government hospitals and health centres if it came to power after the Assembly elections due this year-end.

Modi must apologise for Patel’s comments: Cong

Modhwadia said Patel’s observations exhibited the 'rotten mindset of BJP and its leaders'.