Elections 2021: How Priyanka Gandhi Vadra Explained Alliance With Muslim Cleric In Bengal

Elections 2021: How Priyanka Gandhi Vadra Explained Alliance With Muslim Cleric In Bengal

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Priyanka Gandhi said the Congress had put up a strong, united campaign in Assam.

Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, campaigning in Assam for elections ahead, today responded to allegations - even from dissidents within -- of the party compromising its core ideology with its tie-ups with organisations like the IUDF and ISF. She, however, avoided any comment on the dissidents - dubbed the Congress's G-23 - who have been publicly questioning the party.

Priyanka Gandhi was asked about the party being accused of aligning with outfits like Badruddin Ajmal's All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) in Assam and the Indian Secular Front (ISF) in Bengal.

"If you are referring to certain comments made yesterday, our West Bengal PCC chief has already responded to those comments. But what is being fought for in Assam is Assam itself. It is the identity of Assamese people, the Assamese state. There are differences between ideologies. We may not agree 100% with what our alliance partners believe. But we are together in this fight. Because everybody understands today it is a fight to save Assam," said the Congress general secretary.

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