Siddaramaiah instructs employees to inform voters about his pro-people plans.

Congress held Chintan Shivir ahead of planned assembly elections next year . Congress aims to win all 11 assembly seats in the district .

Mysuru: The Mysuru District Congress Committee and the Mysuru City Congress held a Chintan Shivir on Thursday in the middle of the continuous chaos in Karnataka's political cauldron, ahead of the planned assembly elections next year, with the main goal of winning all 11 assembly seats in the district.Congress owed its success in the 2013 assembly elections in part to its outstanding results in the Old Mysore district, and in particular, in the Mysuru district.However, former chief minister Siddaramaiah abandoned the Nava Sankalp Chintan Shivir in Mysuru in the 2018 elections, and now appears to be working on reclaiming the same.Also, the participants conducted a Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT).

The party is now basking in the afterglow of victory in the legislative council in the South Graduates constituency.Now, workers at the grassroots have been urged to mobilize the community in favour of the Congress ahead of the assembly elections.To spread word about the Congress's many initiatives aimed at strengthening women's well-being, the leaders encouraged the participation of women in the campaign, particularly in the rural areas.Siddaramaiah emphasized the importance of highlighting the party's commitment to inclusive growth.

Former CM said that the Agnipath plan would only raise unemployment further, challenging the BJP-led central government.Siddaramaiah said that a four-year service in the armed forces would not qualify youth as ex-servicemen.Siddaramaiah encouraged the workers to work as a unit like they did in the council elections.He referred to the party's Rajasthan branch, the Chintan Shivir, where local leaders' feedback was relayed to the Congress high command, according to working president and former MP R Dhruvanarayana.