Presidential election: Sonia Gandhi said, the numbers will be against us, but the fight will be fought very hard

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New Delhi: A day before the presidential election, Congress President Sonia Gandhi has described this election as a fight against ‘narrow, divisive and communal vision’. Addressing Opposition Leaders in the presence of the Opposition candidates – Mira Kumar and Gopal Krishna Gandhi – for the President and Vice-President, Sonia said that in these bouts, the numbers may be against them, but the fight will be fought and fought fiercely.

Sonia said, ‘We can not allow India to become hostage to such people who want to impose a narrow, divisive and communal view on it.’ According to the written version of the speech of the Congress President, he said, “We have to be the most vigilant now who we are, how we fight for our freedom struggle and what future we want for ourselves.”

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The Congress President said, “We must have faith in the values we believe in. This election is a conflict of ideas, conflict of unequal values. This election demands to vote on conscience so that India can be saved for which Mahatma (Gandhi) and freedom fighters, which had thousands of common men and women, fought.

He said that the presence of representatives of different parties to support Meera Kumar and Gopal Krishna Gandhi affirms that the fight for an inclusive, tolerant and pluralistic India has now been practiced in the right way. The Presidential election is on Monday, while the Vice Presidential post will be held on August 5.

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