Will implement Udaipur declarations if elected Cong Prez: Kharge

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BHOPAL: Veteran Congress chief and Rajya Sabha MP Mallikarjun Kharge mentioned on Wednesday that after changing into the Congress nationwide president, his prime accountability can be to implement declarations made through the social gathering’s assembly held in Rajasthan’s Udaipur.

Kharge, who is without doubt one of the candidates for the Congress president, was in Bhopal to hunt help for his candidature.

Addressing a press convention on the Congress headquarters in Bhopal, the Congress Rajya Sabha MP mentioned that every one the declarations made through the Udaipur conclave have been finalized after lengthy discussions and they’re the necessity of the hour.

He mentioned that every one selections can be taken by the collective management of the Congress.

Kharge added that he was chosen as a candidate for the Congress presidential ballot by the collective management of the social gathering.

“There are different committees which are assigned a specific role to play, and all those decisions are taken in a collective way,” he mentioned.

Kharge slammed the BJP, saying that every one establishments have been destroyed in the previous few years and the democratic strategy of the nation has been jeopardised.

“I am contesting elections after it was decided that no one from the Gandhi family is ready to run for the party president’s post,” Kharge added.

The veteran chief, who was accompanied by senior social gathering leaders Pramod Tiwari and Gaurav Ballabh, made it clear that Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi would be the distinguished leaders within the Congress.

“Congress has won six states under Rahul Gandhi’s leadership, but the BJP’s horse trading policy and undemocratic policy wrested power from us in several states, including Madhya Pradesh and the fresh example in Maharashtra,” Kharge mentioned.

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