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Cong puts up united face after Saturday meet of Sonia Gandhi
Cong puts up united face after Saturday meet of Sonia Gandhi

New Delhi, Dec 25 (TIWN) The Congress showed a united face during the march to Rashtrapati Bhavan on Saturday to give a memorandum to President Kovind with two crore signatures against the new farm laws. Senior leaders Ghulam Nabi Azad and Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury accompanied Rahul Gandhi.

The show of solidarity came after Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s Saturday meeting in which she met the dissenting leaders over party reforms. The ice-breaker meeting yielded results and Ghulam Nabi Azad, who was considered the prime mover of the letter written by 23 leaders to Sonia Gandhi earlier this year, flanked Rahul during the protest. In response Rahul Gandhi waited for Azad to arrive before speaking to the media.  Azad also made a good picture during the submission of the memorandum to the President and was in the same frame with Rahul Gandhi.  The Saturday meeting was termed an ice-breaker by the dissenting group but they had stuck to their demand for reforms in the party, sources in the group said. However, Congress leaders said that all is well and the party will now move forward with “Chintan Shivirs”.

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