BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra.
After a meeting of senior Congress leaders, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday slammed it, saying the main opposition party has accepted that it has lost ground as it neither has a strong leadership nor organization. BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra said in a statement, “The Congress High Command agrees with the fact that the party lacks strong leadership and organization and its ideology is not reaching the grassroots level. This in itself proves that the Congress has lost ground.
Addressing the meeting of senior Congress leaders, President Sonia Gandhi stressed on maintaining discipline and unity within the party and said that there is a lack of clarity and coordination among the state level leaders in the party on policy issues. In the meeting of party general secretaries, state in-charges and state presidents, he fiercely targeted the Narendra Modi government at the Center and called upon the party leaders and workers that if the battle is to be won, then the ‘propaganda’ and ‘lies’ of BJP and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh in front of the public. ‘ will have to be exposed.
Patra termed the Congress’ attack on the BJP as an old melody. He said that the party, which is battling with internal factionalism, only wanted to show through this meeting that all is well in the Congress. He said, “The public is aware of the differences within the Congress and its family. It is surprising that a party which does not respect difference of opinion within its own party talks of democracy and constitution.
Sonia Gandhi stresses on maintaining unity within the party
In a meeting of senior party leaders under the leadership of Congress President Sonia Gandhi, it was decided on Tuesday that along with running a wide membership campaign in the country, prepared by ‘Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) An ‘ideological war’ will be waged through the training program against the ‘environment of hatred’ and efforts will be made to increase brotherhood. In the meeting, Sonia Gandhi stressed on maintaining discipline and unity within the party and said that there is a lack of clarity and coordination on policy issues among the state level leaders in the party.
Ideological war will be started: Surjewala
After this meeting, Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala told reporters, “A huge membership drive will be launched… Congress people will take membership forms in every village, ward and locality and connect more and more people to the Congress.” Said that this membership drive will be linked to the ‘suffering’ of Dalits, tribals, minorities, farmers and women. “Through the training program, an ideological war will be started in the country against the atmosphere of hatred created by BJP and RSS,” Surjewala said.
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