Congress boss Sonia Gandhi on Tuesday said the party will battle “destructive forces” compromising Indian vote based system. In a video message to the Congress individuals on the party’s 137th establishment day, she said troublesome philosophies “secured in disdain and bias”, which played no part to play in India’s opportunity battle, are currently causing ruin on India’s common texture.
“They are revamping history to give themselves a job they don’t merit. They arouse enthusiasm, ingrain dread, and spread enmity and the best customs of our parliamentary majority rules system are by and large intentionally harmed,” she said.
Gandhi called constituent triumphs and losses inescapable and repeated Congress’ responsibilities towards the nation’s kin. “Today, we rededicate ourselves to the standards, qualities, and standards of our association that has been formed, directed, and roused by the absolute most noteworthy, noblest, and generally caring of Indians of the twentieth century,” she said.
Prior, the Congress banner tumbled off while Gandhi was spreading out it at the party’s base camp in New Delhi. Gandhi alongside Congress financier Pawan Bansal and general secretary KC Venugopal held the banner and showed it momentarily. The banner shaft was subsequently supplanted and a banner was lifted.
Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, Mallikarjun Kharge were among those present at the party base camp.
In a tweet on the establishment day, Rahul Gandhi said, “We are Congress-the Party which established the framework of our a majority rule government and we are glad for this inheritance.”
(With Agency Inputs)