Congress is working to strengthen ties with religious, caste, and socioeconomic groups.

The party is expected to seek greater contact with religious, cultural, and political groups . The plan is likely to be included in the Chintan Shivirs resolution on organizational revitalization .

To further enhance contact with the organisations that hold the most popular demographic blocs, the Congress is expected to seek greater contact with religious, cultural, and political groups.It is likely to be included in the Chintan Shivir's resolution on organizational revitalization.Sources claim that at a meeting with the Chintan Shivir on political issues, an enthralling discussion followed a leader's argument that the party should seek to rope in bodies that represent specific areas of the society, which may be a better way to connect religious, caste, and social groups, according to sources.This plan was rejected by some members, including Karnataka legislator BK Hari Prasad, who feared that it would make the Congress look like a BJP that woos people on the basis of race.

Senior attorney Abhishek Singhvi mediated the conflict and broke out a settlement, according to sources.According to reports, there was also a heated debate on soft Hindutva.A party leader argued that the group should not be rigid on the subject of polarization and should condemn the BJP for its divisive politics.However, some members of the party thought that it should be wary of overt violence.

He was later reported to have mentioned that Madhya Pradesh chief Kamal Nath is also following the strategy with positive results as it has managed to keep the opposition at bay.