Rahul Gandhi, the leader of the Congress, urged party officials to keep their ideologies clear and to concentrate on the concerns of the general public. At the CWC meeting while advising them to avoid “walking into traps of the BJP”.
The head of the party’s media and publicity department, Pawan Khera, said Rahul Gandhi spoke on Saturday during the first meeting of the reconstituted CWC. Urged leaders to heed the voice of “Bharat Mata” to raise people’s concerns. He was speaking at a press conference on the second day of the Congress Working Committee’s (CWC) deliberations.
Gandhi placed a strong emphasis on the necessity for ideological clarity. We all left the CWC’s main hall after spending some time in profound thinking and with complete clarity. He cautioned us against falling for the BJP’s ineffective traps. These are not problems that affect the average person, a woman, or any of us, according to Pawan Khera.
The former head of the Congress urged party leaders to stay focused on the real reasons. That the Congress and each of them were in politics. He urged them to pay attention to “Bharat Mata’s” voice and translate it into real issues. Wherever in government, real policies.
In the midst of a heated debate on DMK leader Udhayanidhi Stalin’s views on Sanatan Dharma. Which have been sharply criticized by the BJP, Rahul Gandhi made some remarks at the CWC. On Saturday, several Congress leaders urged caution in the Sanatan Dharma controversy and emphasized. The party shouldn’t become involved in the BJP’s plans.
According to sources, at the CWC meeting, certain leaders, including former Madhya Pradesh chief minister Digvijaya Singh and Chhattisgarh chief minister Bhupesh Baghel, advised the party to avoid becoming involved in such matters.