India / Sonia Gandhi hopes from them to stop BJP victory chariot know Congress master plan

Zoom News : Oct 27, 2021, 06:51 AM
New Delhi : In order to strengthen the fight against the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led central government, the Congress is preparing to engage women from the Scheduled Castes and Tribes, Backward Classes, Minority Communities on a large scale. Special attention will be given to these sections during the membership campaign under the organization elections, so that the party can associate their suffering with them.

Talking to the media after the meeting of party general secretary, in-charge and state presidents chaired by Congress President Sonia Gandhi, Randeep Surjewala said that the party has decided to fight a big ideological battle against the government. For this, from small workers to big leaders will be trained, so that they can answer the BJP's propaganda.

Surjewala said that Rahul Gandhi emphasized in the meeting that we have only one way left. And that is to create a massive grassroots movement. The party has also announced to start the first phase of public awareness campaign against inflation from November 14. Under this, dharna-demonstrations will be organized across the country by connecting people against inflation.

He said that many people in the meeting accepted that democracy is in danger due to the hate agenda of BJP and RSS. BJP-RSS are attacking the constitution and democracy. In such a situation, to fill these wounds, we all have to fight a decisive battle together. For this, it is also very important to connect people with the ideology of Congress.

Goa government should be sacked

Referring to the disclosures made by former Goa Governor Satya Pal Malik (currently Meghalaya Governor) regarding the functioning of the Goa government, Surjewala said that the Chief Minister of Goa and the cabinet should be sacked immediately. Not only this, the matter should be investigated under the leadership of the sitting judge of the Supreme Court, so that the truth can come out.