It said the BJP-led Goa government should review its role in organising the mega event, which, according to the opposition party, has "not brought any benefits to the state in last 15 years" even as there have been huge expenses on creating infrastructure for the festival.
Congress veteran Sushilkumar Shinde caused a flutter on Tuesday when he said the NCP and the Congress will soon merge.
Scindia, meanwhile, expressed confidence that the Congress would do well in the Maharashtra Assembly polls.
Earlier in the day, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis hit out at the opposition, particularly the Congress, saying they have accepted defeat ahead of the Assembly polls as seen by Gandhi's absence from the poll campaign.
Khera also accused the BJP and the RSS of trying to divert people's attention to evade the "real issue" of economic slowdown
Internal strife, mass desertions and leaders working at cross purposes — the Congress is yet to find its feet in the run-up to the Maharashtra assembly polls due on October 21.
The race to the post has gained momentum, as factions have emerged within the party both in favour and opposing Siddaramaiah, who is seen as a key contender
BJP has been attacking Rahul Gandhi and has raised questions over reports of his visit abroad at a time when Haryana and Maharashtra are heading for elections
The alliance, in its manifesto, has also sought to tap rural voters by promising at least 200 days of job under the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act
The Haryana Congress manifesto committee had submitted its report and final touches were being given to it, Selja said.
Tanwar posted a four-page resignation letter on Twitter addressed to Congress president Sonia Gandhi, saying he resigned from the party "after long deliberations with party workers and for reasons well known to all Congressman and public."
A miffed Nirupam, who had announced on Thursday that he would not campaign for the party in the Assembly polls scheduled for October 21, said the leadership was 'sidelining' him though he had served as Mumbai unit president for four years.
Among the new names released by the party is Sushil Amrutrao Rane from Kankavli after its MLA from there Nitesh Rane joined the BJP
Elections in Maharashtra will be held on October 21 and results will be out on October 24.
In his letter to Congress president Gandhi, Tanwar said he was stepping down from various committees formed by her for the Haryana assembly elections but would continue to work to strengthen the party as its 'ordinary soldier'.
In an interview with CNN-News18, Nath gave his views about the state of the economy and the reasons behind his belief that it will be a long time before the economy is out of the woods.
The former MP also said the way the party's leadership was behaving with him the time to say goodbye to the party was 'not far away'.
Singh said that she came to the House and participated in discussions as she felt that it was an appropriate thing to do
Congress and the Sharad Pawar-led Nationalist Congress Party are contesting the polls together under a pre-poll alliance along with some smaller parties
In a show of strength, perhaps the first since the party's Lok Sabha poll debacle in May, Congress president Sonia Gandhi as well as her children, former party chief Rahul Gandhi and general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, were out on the streets accompanied by thousands of party workers.
She made the remarks before participating in a silent march organised by the Congress on the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.
The march will conclude with an oath to be administered to workers and leaders by party president Sonia Gandhi at Rajghat.
During the 2014 Assembly polls, Mundada lost to BJP's Sangeeta Thombre from Kaij
Congress leaders' yatra was in support of the jailed law student who has accused former union minister Chinmayanand of rape
Former chief minister Vilasrao Deshmukh's son Amit has been fielded from the Latur City seat, while ex-home minister Sushilkumar Shinde's daughter Praniti will contest from the Solapur City Central seat.