India’ grand old national party Congress which has a glorious history of over 100 years is struggling like never before. The party which is playing the opposition’s role since the past four years at the center is now making wise moves to get back into the power.
With several regional parties bidding adieu to the NDA, Congress is making all its best efforts to befriend them. The party’s 84th plenary meeting had started today in Delhi which was attended by Manmohan Singh, Rahul Gandhi, Sonia Gandhi and few senior leaders.
Rahul Gandhi, who is heading the plenary meeting said that if Congress comes into the power, it would allot the special status to AP.
Attacking the BJP, Rahul said that while BJP uses anger, the Congress uses love to conquer. Rahul added that whatever the Congress will do will be for the benefit of all.
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