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Hyderabad: Top Congress leaders held deliberations on Saturday at the first meeting of the new Congress Working Committee (CWC) focusing on preparing a comprehensive road map for ensuring the party’s victory in the upcoming assembly polls in five states and the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.
Before the start of the CWC meeting, the first in many years held outside Delhi, Congress chief Mallikarjun Kharge said his party has fought for and ushered in democracy, social justice, progress and equality in the country and will continue to fight to preserve national integrity and unity in diversity. “In consonance with our long cherished philosophy, the CWC will craft a comprehensive road map to lead party towards victory and strengthen the future of our nation and her people,” he said.