India’s poorest and backward stood up to save Constitution, says Rahul Gandhi | India News

NEW DELHI: Mallikarjun Kharge and Rahul Gandhi addressed a press conference here on Tuesday evening in the presence of Congress Parliamentary Party chairperson Sonia Gandhi. “We have always said that this was a fight between Modi versus the people. We humbly accept the people’s mandate,” Kharge said. He described the gains made by INDIA bloc as a mandate of the public and a “victory of people and democracy”.
“This time the people did not give any party a complete majority, particularly BJP, which sought a vote in the name of one person and one face,” Kharge said.
He claimed INDIA alliance fought despite tough circumstances with govt machinery “creating obstacles” every step of the way like seizing its bank accounts. “However, our campaign was positive and focused on issues ranging from inflation, joblessness, state of farmers and misuse of Constitutional institutions,” Kharge said.
Rahul said that for Congress and INDIA bloc, this general election was a fight to save the Constitution, and their campaign’s focus on reservations and poverty resonated with voters, adding “India’s poorest and backward stood up to save the Constitution.” Rahul said opposition fought this election as one and with clarity, giving India “a new vision: a pro-poor vision”.

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When asked whether he would keep Wayanad or Rae Bareli constituencies, Rahul said was yet to decide.


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