Sources close to Congress said that party will hit back on RSS and its sister organisations over terror links. The plenary, which marks 125 years of the party, has started just one day after the WikiLeaks release, which exposed party General Secretary Rahul Gandhi's remarks on Hindu terrorism.
After the release, Opposition parties slammed Congress and Rahul saying that it had benefitted on Pakistan, which exports terrorism to India. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Shiv Sena leaders said that Rahul's remarks made United States to support Pakistan despite of its terror acts.
On the second day, Party President Sonia Gandhi is expected to address the session. She may hit hard on BJP for its double stand over corruption. Earlier, she slammed BJP for their demand of Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) probe to the 2G spectrum scam. Referring the corruptions in Karnataka, Sonia said that BJP has no moral grounds to demand JPC probe.
Another attention centre is Rahul Gandhi, who is also expected to address the session. He would continue to attack Saffron parties, but this time without stating particularly to any religion.