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Sunday, October 17, 2021

Rahul Gandhi said in CWC meeting, people want Congress to fight for the people, not amongst themselves

Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi said that the people of the country want the Congress party to fight for their interests and not fight amongst themselves. According to sources, Rahul Gandhi made this remark at the Congress Working Committee meeting.
According to Bhasha news agency, a Congress party source said that Rahul Gandhi said that it does not matter who is in which position, but people want the Congress to unite to save democracy and the Constitution, fight for the rights of the deprived sections. fought.

According to sources, Rahul Gandhi referred to Charanjit Singh Channi becoming the Chief Minister of Punjab and said that when the Congress President informed Channi about this over the phone, he got emotional.

Later Channi got emotional in the CWC meeting and said that only Congress and Gandhi family can give such a big responsibility to a person belonging to Scheduled Caste community. Rahul Gandhi said that the people of the country want the Congress to fight for their interests.

Let us inform that after the meeting of the Congress Working Committee (CWC), it has been decided that the command of the party will remain in the hands of Sonia Gandhi for almost a year. The party has decided to hold elections for the post of president in August-September next year. Congress general secretary KC Venugopal told that the election of the party president will be held from August 21 to September 20 next year. However, during the meeting, almost all the leaders demanded Rahul Gandhi to be made the president again. Rahul Gandhi himself has also spoken of considering this.