‘Challenging road ahead’: Sonia Gandhi’s ‘unity at all levels’ message for rebels post-poll debacle



Congress interval president Sonia Gandhi on Tuesday called for ‘solidarity at all levels’ as she led a gathering of the parliamentary party at 10 Janpath today. In the gathering, she talked about the present political circumstance and the party’s technique in the two places of Parliament. She noticed that the street ahead for the party is more difficult than any other time in recent memory and the soul of strength of party laborers is under extreme test.

She likewise hit out at the BJP, saying the decision party’s “troublesome plan” has turned into a standard component of political talk.

“The troublesome and polarizing plan of the decision party and its chiefs has now turned into a normal element of the political talk in a large number of states. History, antiquated as well as contemporary, is devilishly misshaped and realities are malevolently concocted to add fuel to this plan. It is for all of us to stand up and go up against these powers of disdain and bias,” she said.

“We won’t permit them to harm the obligations of friendship and agreement that have supported and advanced our different society for a really long time,” she told party MPs of both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha.”Maximum administration to people with great influence plainly implies spreading most extreme dread and terrorizing,” she charged and added such explicit dangers and strategies will neither startle or quiet us nor will we get cowed down.

The gathering of the Congress Parliamentary Party, the first being held after the party’s calamity in ongoing get together decisions in five states, is being gone to by previous state head Manmohan Singh and previous Congress boss Rahul Gandhi, other than all party MPs in the two places of Parliament.

The Congress has been looking to corner the public authority on the issue of expansion and ascend in costs of petroleum, diesel and LPG gas.

Congress performed inadequately in the as of late finished up Vidhan Sabha decisions in five states, Uttarakhand, UP, Goa, Manipur and Punjab, neglecting to shape a greater part in any of the states. Indeed, even in Punjab, Congress lost to Aam Aadmi Party by a colossal edge, procuring just 18 seats. A few party gatherings have been directed such a long ways to reconsider the survey methodologies and an adjustment of party authority.



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