Congress MPs, MLAs from across country gather at party hqs to show support for Rahul Gandhi

Congress MPs and legislators from across the country have gathered at the party headquarters in New Delhi to express solidarity with Rahul Gandhi, who was questioned by the ED for five days

NH Photo by Vipin
NH Photo by Vipin
user

PTI

Congress MPs and legislators from across the country have gathered at the party headquarters in New Delhi to express solidarity with Rahul Gandhi, who has been questioned by the Enforcement Directorate for five days, party leaders said on Wednesday.

The former party president and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra were welcomed with slogans when they reached the AICC headquarters. Rahul Gandhi is expected to address the gathering

Among those present were Chattisgarh Chief Minister and his Rajasthan counterpart Ashok Gehlot.

"MLAs and MPs have come to express their solidarity with Rahul Gandhi," Gehlot told reporters.

All photos by Vipin
Congress MPs, MLAs from across country gather at party hqs to show support for Rahul Gandhi
Congress MPs, MLAs from across country gather at party hqs to show support for Rahul Gandhi
Congress MPs, MLAs from across country gather at party hqs to show support for Rahul Gandhi
Congress MPs, MLAs from across country gather at party hqs to show support for Rahul Gandhi
Congress MPs, MLAs from across country gather at party hqs to show support for Rahul Gandhi

"Our MPs and MLAs are raising our voice against this conspiracy. All institutions of the government are busy in this endeavour," his colleague Jairam Ramesh added.

He said some MLAs and MPs had been stopped from coming here and the party would go ahead with the planning of its "Bharat Jodo yatra" from Kanyakumari to Kashmir starting October 2.

"The Congress will continue to plan for Bharat jodo, but we will not let this Sonia Gandhi-todo, Rahul Gandhi-todo happen," he said.


He said they are raising their voice against the Modi government's politics of revenge and vendetta politics.

"This is a government of maximum vendetta and minimum governance," Ramesh said.

Rahul Gandhi was questioned by the ED for 50 hours over five days in a money laundering case.

Click here to join our official telegram channel (@nationalherald) and stay updated with the latest headlines