New Delhi Congress President Sonia Gandhi, expressing concern about the pace of anti-corona vaccination in the country, said on Thursday that in view of the possibility of a third wave of the epidemic, there is a need to prepare rapidly and take steps especially for the safety of children. He made this remark in a digital meeting of party general secretaries and state in-charges.
Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala tweeted, “Congress President Sonia Gandhi addressed the meeting of general secretaries and in-charges. He expressed deep concern about the pace of vaccination. He laid more emphasis on preparing for the third wave of the Kovid-19 epidemic and prioritizing the safety of children. strategy will be made.
This information was received by quoting party sources
Party sources said that in this digital meeting, Congress leaders will also discuss the proposed connectivity campaign of the party. In this meeting, further strategy will be discussed in the context of increasing the prices of petrol-diesel and essential food items. The current situation and economic situation of Kovid will also be discussed in the meeting. After this meeting, a meeting of the presidents of the state Congress committees will also be called. Sonia Gandhi has called this meeting with senior party leaders ahead of the monsoon session of Parliament. Monsoon session can be in July. The Congress has been continuously attacking the government for the last few weeks over the issue of hike in petrol and diesel prices.
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