‘Forget mutual differences and ensure victory’, said Mallikarjun Kharge at Congress meeting -aabtak24


Congress Leadership Development Mission: Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge on Wednesday (July 05) called upon leaders belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes and minority communities. He said that everyone should work together for the party and ensure the victory of Congress by forgetting mutual differences. 

Mallikarjun Kharge inaugurated the ‘Leadership Development Mission’ national workshop for SC, ST, OBC and minority wing at Delhi party headquarters. It was organized to strengthen the hold of the party in these sections, in which many Congress leaders were also present along with them. He said that one should not fight with each other and should not enter into a race to bring each other down.

Strengthen the Congress party – Kharge
Congress President Kharge said, ‘Leadership Development Mission’ was announced at the Congress Chintan Shivir in Udaipur. The aim of this mission is to groom and groom SC, ST, OBC and minority leaders. So that they can further expand the base of the party in their communities and strengthen the Congress party among these communities.’

He said, ‘The constitution and democracy of the country is oxygen for us. We all have to protect it together. Kharge said that the leaders of SC, ST, OBC and minority sections will have to strengthen themselves. Kharge said, ‘The purpose of this mission is to help the Congress party in the elections and increase the chances of victory. If there is any weakness, we will convert it into strength.’

‘Understand the pain of the communities and…,’
The Congress President said, ‘The work of the Congress party is done at the grassroots level. Through this we have to advance our social justice agenda. Both the present and the new generation leaders are involved in this campaign.’

Congress leader K Raju said that among SCs, STs, OBCs and minorities leaders have to be created who understand the pain of their communities and work for their welfare and development.

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