By our Staff Reporter
GUWAHATI, Oct 30: With the aim of 'undoing' all done by the BJP in Upper Assam in the past Lok Sabha elections, All India Congress Committee's (AICC) Assam in-charge Avish Pande has arrived in Upper Assam with a packed week-long schedule. Today he is at Margherita.
The AICC is bent on undoing all that the BJP did in Upper Assam in 2014 when the traditiol support base of the Congress had to face severe erosion. The Congress had to lose all the Lok Sabha constituencies in Upper Assam, barring Kaliabor, none held by Gaurav Gogoi.
Pande is supposed to take stock of the party organizations, right from the booth committee level, so as to boost the morale of party workers through a series of Booth Micro Magement Programme (BMMP) meetings and meetings with District Conggress Committee (DCC) office-bearers, district-level frontal office-bearers of mahila morcha, Youth Congress, NSUI, Congress Sevadal, RGPRS, KKMC and others.
Tomorrow he is heading for harkotia, Duliajan and Tinsukia to hold such meetings. On November 1, he is set to hold such meetings at Chabua, Lahowal and Dibrugarh. On November 2, Pande is to hold such meetings at Moran, Tingkhong and Sivasagar. On November 3 such meetings will be held at Sori, Mahmora and Thowra. On November 4, he will hold such meetings at Titabor and Kaziranga, and to leave for Hojai on November 5 when he will come to Guwahati and wind up his visit.
According to Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) sources, Pande is set to submit a report of the ground reality of party base in Upper Assam to the party high command.