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Opposition parties should come together to fight BJP, RSS: Rahul Gandhi

Mr Gandhi defers questions about Congress’s impending organizational elections

Mr Gandhi defers questions about Congress’s impending organizational elections

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on September 22 said that the opposition parties should come together to fight the ideology of BJP and RSS as well as financial and institutional power.

Speaking at a press conference held in Kochi as part of the ongoing Bharat Jodi Yatra, Mr Gandhi said it is important for the country to fight these forces.

on organizational elections

Mr Gandhi avoided questions about the Congress’s impending organizational elections and whether he would contest for the post of party president.

However, he had advised the person who would be the president of the party. “You are taking a position that is a historic one. Post comes with a defined and specialized approach. The post comes with an ideology. It is also a belief system. The post of Congress President comes with a certain ideology and a belief system.

Asked about reports of Shashi Tharoor’s MP contesting the election, Gandhi said any Congress worker is free to contest for the post.

Read also: KPCC wants to avoid Gehlot-Tharoor contest for Congress President’s post

disturbing questions

Mr Gandhi said he was of the view that the questions raised on issues other than the Bharat Jodi Yatra were aimed at diverting attention from the ideals of the Yatra initiated by him.

“I am not going to be distracted by any other issue,” he said.

It is a matter of great pride that the media is curious about the organizational elections of the Congress. He said that no one has raised such questions regarding organizational elections of BJP, RSS, Bahujan Samaj Party, Samajwadi Party or Communists.

LDF government

Asked about his views on the LDF government in Kerala, Mr Gandhi said Congress leaders in the state are in a better position to comment on the government’s functioning.

He said, ‘I have a view on the Left Front government. But party leaders in the state will comment on that,” Mr Gandhi said.

Mr Gandhi said a large number of LDF workers came forward to greet the Yatra and shook hands with them. He said that many LDF leaders are in line with the ideals of the Yatra.

Feather Raids against workers of Popular Front of India Across India, Mr. Gandhi said that communalism of any kind would not be tolerated at all.

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