The Congress Working Committee approves the "one family, one ticket" rule, with several restrictions.

The CWC gave its approval to proposals for organizational improvements . The party's top decision-making body approved the Udaipur Nav Sankalp Shivir law .

Following three days of intense brainstorming, the top decision-making body of the Congress party, the CWC, gave its approval to proposals for organizational improvements, including the passage of the Udaipur Nav Sankalp Shivir law into the party's boardroom, with one family, one ticket rule, 50 per cent representation of people under the age of 50 at all levels, including the CWC, and a five-year term limit for those holding positions at all levels.According to reports, the one family, one ticket policy should contain the caveat that sons, daughters, and other relatives of Congress leaders who wish to run for office for at least five years should have worked for the organization.According to reports, the CWC also approved a proposal to establish a small political advisory group from within the organization to support the Congress president in making decision-making on organizational and policy issues.The CWC however rejected the proposal to revive the Parliamentary Board system.

In addition, a political affairs committee will be formed in all states.According to sources, a national-level training center for leaders will be established and the party's communications department will be remodeled.According to sources, the Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Development Studies (RGIDS), which is run by the Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee KPCC, in Thiruvananthapuram, will be the initial centre of study.Manoj C G is a Deputy Associate Editor.He writes about politics.