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Congress leader Rahul Gandhi while addressing the members of Indian Overseas Congress in London said that his party is fighting a fight against harmful ideology and to protect the institutions of the country.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi the London (Rahul Gandhi in London) met members of the Indian Overseas Congress (IOC). Also reiterated the party’s commitment to the ideological fight in the country. IOC UK spokesperson said Rahul Gandhi has stressed the need to “fight against harmful ideology and protect the country’s institutions”. Spokesman (IOC Spokesperson) said, ‘He (Rahul Gandhi) said that we are not fighting any one political organization but against a harmful ideology and fighting to save the institutions of the country.’
Rahul Gandhi, who is traveling to London, made a surprise phone call to the party chief and his mother during a meeting with members of the IOC UK, during which Sonia Gandhi called on party workers to bring back the oldest party to power. Called to work hard. Rahul Gandhi held a meeting with the members of the IOC UK team on Saturday to discuss issues related to the party and hear their views. In the meeting, IOC UK chief Kamal Dhaliwal and other team members urged Rahul to become the party president so that the Congress can come to power under his leadership.
Rahul calls up Sonia Gandhi
IOC UK said in a statement, “Suddenly Rahul Gandhi ji called Sonia Gandhi and got her to talk to the IOC members during which Mrs Gandhi encouraged all the team members to work hard to win the party and the coming elections.” encouraged to do so. IOC Telangana team members, spokesperson Sudhakar Goud and general secretary Gampa Venugopal expressed their gratitude to the party chief for creating a separate Telangana state in 2014 and Sonia Gandhi called on him to work hard to win the Telangana state elections. Assembly elections are to be held in Telangana next year, while general elections in India will be held in 2024.
Punjab assembly elections reviewed
IOC UK Vice President Gurminder Randhawa briefed the Congress leader about the activities of the women’s unit in Britain and also reviewed the recent assembly elections in Punjab. The IOC UK team described it as a positive and interactive session. During his visit to Britain, Rahul Gandhi on Friday addressed the ‘Ideas for India’ conference, which was attended by opposition leaders like Sitaram Yechury of CPI(M), Tejashwi Yadav of RJD and Mahua Moitra of Trinamool Congress. . Rahul Gandhi will meet Members of Parliament here on Monday and then interact with students at the Corpus Christi College of Cambridge University.