“We are a large family. We have differences and different views on many occasions, but in the end, we come together as one. The need of the hour is to fight for the cause of the people and the forces that are failing this country. Organisational issues are always addressed and the process of constitution and reconstitution is a continuous one,” Sonia Gandhi has said. Continue Reading
Congress leaders including Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra spoke to Rajasthan Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot and sought to persuade him to return to Jaipur. However, it is said Pilot is sticking to his guns. Continue Reading
Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has said the Congress will not let the BJP succeed in its ploy to silence the opposition. Continue Reading
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi today accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of “destabilising” the elected Congress government in Madhya Pradesh. Continue Reading
Rahul Gandhi led a protest of senior Congress leaders on the Parliament premises today against the suspension of seven party MPs from the Lok Sabha. Continue Reading
Amid continued communal violence in parts of northeast Delhi that has claimed 17 lives, the Congress top leadership started deliberations on the issue at a meeting of its working committee today. Continue Reading
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi today urged students and youths to join him at Rajghat to protest against the “hate and violence unleashed by Modi-Shah” and show that they will not allow India to be “destroyed by hatred”.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said that he, “will die but never apologise” for speaking the “truth” as he is a Gandhi and not a Savarkar, and asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his “assistant” Amit Shah instead to apologise for “destroying” the economy of the country. Continue Reading
Union Home Minister and BJP chief Amit Shah today dared Congress leader Rahul Gandhi to declare that his party will restore provisions of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir if voted to power.
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar ridiculed Sonia Gandhi’s return as the Congress chief, using a Hindi proverb that seemed to call her a ”dead mouse” and provoking an outrage from the opposition party. Continue Reading