Congress interim President Sonia Gandhi hoists tricolour at social gathering workplace on 135th Congress Basis Day | Congress' 135th Basis Day, Sonia Gandhi hoists tricolor at social gathering headquarters


new Delhi: Congress (Congress) is celebrating its foundation day today. On this occasion, the party's interim president Sonia Gandhi hoisted the tricolor at the party headquarters. During this time, Rahul Gandhi and former PM Manmohan Singh were also present.

Let me tell you that on its foundation day, the Congress has decided to carry out a flag march against CAA across the country. Congress will take out a flag march across the country with the slogan of Save the Constitution, save the country.

The Congress flag will read the presentation of the constitution during the march. Rahul Gandhi will stay in Assam during this time and will join the march against CAA.

Earlier on Friday, Rahul Gandhi called NRC and NPR as tax on the poor. He said that demonetisation was also a tax on the poor. This is an attack on the poor, now the poor are asking how we will get jobs.

Let me tell you that the Congress is constantly adopting an aggressive attitude against the CAA. The Congress had staged a sit-in at Rajghat on 23 December in which all senior Congress leaders had joined. In this protest, the top Congress leadership including the interim President of Congress Sonia Gandhi, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and former President Rahul Gandhi, organized a satyagraha against the CAA near Mahatma Gandhi Samadhi Sthal in Rajghat. Hundreds of party supporters were also sitting on the protest with him.

At the same time, Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, who were going to meet the families of those killed in last week's violent protest in Meerut against CAA and NRC, were stopped by the police before entering the city on Tuesday, after which they returned to Delhi Have returned Congress leaders alleged that both Rahul and Priyanka were returned from Partapur outside Meerut.

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