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    Mallikarjun Kharge Urges Vigilance and Unity as Congress Party Prepares for Elections

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    Congress Party Chief Mallikarjun Kharge addressed the extended Congress Working Committee (CWC) meeting held in Hyderabad on Sunday. The purpose of the meeting was to strategize for the upcoming assembly and Lok Sabha elections. Kharge emphasized the Congress Party’s historical role in laying the foundation of India’s Constitution and democracy. He stressed that it is the responsibility of the Congress to safeguard these principles. Kharge urged party leaders to raise fundamental issues and expose the BJP’s perceived shortcomings and policies that negatively affect the people.

    Kharge mentioned that 2024 marks the centenary of Mahatma Gandhi’s election as Congress President. He suggested that removing the BJP from power in the upcoming elections would be a fitting tribute to Gandhi. Kharge also highlighted the need for continuous efforts and engagement with voters to counter misinformation and protect India’s democracy.

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    The extended CWC meeting was attended by chief ministers, state unit chiefs, legislative party leaders, and CWC members. The focus of the meeting was election planning, along with discussions and resolutions on key issues and policies. Kharge pointed out that India is seeking change, as evident from recent electoral victories in Karnataka and Himachal Pradesh. He emphasized the party’s need to work tirelessly.

    Kharge outlined the challenges facing Indian democracy, such as protecting the Constitution and the rights of marginalized communities, women, the poor, and minorities. He urged leaders to stay connected with voters, address their concerns, and respond promptly to opponents’ falsehoods based on facts and issues.

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    Kharge also highlighted the importance of discipline and unity, using Karnataka’s election results as an example of successful teamwork. The meeting concluded with the CWC expressing confidence in securing a decisive mandate in the upcoming assembly elections in Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Mizoram, Rajasthan, and Telangana. The party also reaffirmed its readiness for the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections scheduled for April-May 2024.

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