Congress plenary session: BJP is spreading hatred, anger in the country, Says Rahul Gandhi

Rahul Gandhi, Congress Plenary Session
Image: Congress Twitter Handle

New Delhi, March 17: Congress President Rahul Gandhi inaugurated party’s 84th plenary session at the Constitution Club in the national capital. 

Gandhi began his address, saying “I have to make two speeches: introduction and conclusion. I’ll speak more on conclusion. I’ll hear all of you and then give my thoughts on your opinions.

“They (BJP) uses anger we use love but one thing that I want to say is that this country belongs to everyone & whatever Congress will do will be for the benefit for all”.

“The symbol of the hand is the symbol of the Congress party. This is the symbol that holds the country together, shows us the way, and will take India forward”, he stated.

Hitting out at the Narendra Modi government, the country is tired of what is happening under the current Govt. Only the Congress party can show the way and heal divisions in the nation.

Gandhi further said the tradition of the Congress party is to embrace change without forgetting our past and legacy.

During the session, the party will prepare a roadmap for the high stakes 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

Under the chairmanship of party chief Rahul Gandhi, the subjects committee of the Congress met on the first day of the party’s plenary yesterday and finalised four draft resolutions that will help set the direction and way forward for the party for the next five years.

The theme of the conclave is Change is Now.

Change is in the air as the 84th Plenary Session of the Congress Party begins today in New Delhi. As this historic occasion unfolds with new ideas that’ll shape the future of our country, we promise to bring you all the updates live on this space. Stay tuned, posted the Congress official twitter handle.

Prior to this, party president welcoming the delegates and distinguished guests to the Plenary, said over the next two days I look forward to interacting with you and to sharing experiences and perspectives that will together help us build a stronger, more vibrant Congress party.


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