Congress Chintan Shivir Day 2: Rahul Gandhi’s meeting with party general secretary and state in-charge today, many important issues will be discussed

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Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is holding a meeting with party general secretaries, state in-charges, state Congress Committee chiefs and Congress Legislature Party leaders today. During this many issues will be discussed.

Udaipur:

At present, the Congress’s contempl camp is going on in Udaipur, Rajasthan. Today is the second day of this Chintin camp. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is holding a meeting with party general secretaries, state in-charges, state Congress Committee chiefs and Congress Legislature Party leaders today. On the first day of the camp, the party’s interim president Sonia Gandhi addressed the leaders who had been invited to the event and also hit out at the ruling BJP at the Centre.

On the second day of Chintan Shivir, ‘communal polarization’, farmers’ issues and upcoming elections will be important issues in the party’s agenda. Where all these topics will be discussed in detail. During the Congress’s three-day contemplation camp in Udaipur, discussions are to be held regarding the revival of the Congress and preparations for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. Big leaders of the party including Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi are attending the camp.

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Addressing the inaugural session of Congress Chintan Shivir, Congress President Sonia Gandhi has targeted the ruling BJP at the Center and said that BJP has forced the countrymen to live in an atmosphere of fear. He said that ‘Nav Sankalp Chintan Shivir’ gives us an opportunity to discuss the challenges that the country is facing as a result of the policies of BJP, RSS and its allies.

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