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Sonia advises Congressmen to refrain from infighting

Written by: Staff

Bhopal, Jul 3 (UNI) Congress Chief Sonia Gandhi today advised partymen to refrain from infighting and called upon them to walk shoulder to shoulder to strengthen the organisation.

Ms Gandhi, while addressing a state-level party convention here, said party workers have a broad vision.

''Fighting with each other would make the organisation weak,'' she said, urging party workers to pledge to work in the interest of the organisation.

Referring to the party's history, Ms Gandhi said everybody had the responsibility to uphold the legacy of Mahatma Gandhi, former Prime Ministers Jawaharlal Nehru, Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi.

Stressing on the need for promoting youth leadership in the party, she said partymen must keep their behaviour in such a manner that common people especially the youth get attracted towards the party.

Ms Gandhi asked party workers to solve the problems of the common man, as the struggle done for public, interest never went waste.

She asked Congress workers to take the development works being done by the Centre to every person in the country. She added that the party believed in doing service of poor people from the beginning.

Earlier, Congress General Secretary Mahajabeen Khan said the party lost the previous election due to infighting otherwise the opposition had no power to defeat the Congress.

Union Ministers Arjun Singh, Kamal Nath, Kantilal Bhuria and Suresh Pachouri, party's Madhya Pradesh General Secretary V Narayan Sami, former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh, party secretary Arun Kumar, MP Jyotiraditya Scindia, state party president Subhash Yadav and Opposition Leader Jamuna Devi were present among others on the occasion.


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