G-23 Ready To Campaign For Cong
The Times of India Delhi|March 06, 2021
New Delhi: Congress veteran Ghulam Nabi Azad on Friday said he and his colleagues would campaign for the party in the five election-bound states, signalling a temporary halt to the public gatherings kickstarted by the dissidents in Jammu last week.

Speaking to reporters, Azad said, “I and my colleagues will campaign for the party in the states as per the demand of the organisation as well as individual candidates.” He added that campaigning for a Congress victory would be the priority for the next two months.

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