Sonia back in India, condemns Delhi bomb blast

Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Thursday expressed "sorrow" and "anguish" over the Delhi High Court blast.

New Delhi: Returning to Delhi on Thursday morning after her successful surgery for an undisclosed ailment in the US, UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi expressed "sorrow" and "anguish" over the Delhi High
Court blast.

Gandhi expressed her
condolence to the affected families.

"The Congress President has expressed her heartfelt
condolences and sympathy to those who died and were injured in
the unfortunate incident," AICC general secretary Janardan
Dwivedi said.

She returned to New Delhi at 3 am today after spending more than a month in the US.

"Congress president returned early today and she is fine," party general secretary Janardhan Dwivedi said.

10 Janpath sources said she is not meeting anyone.

The 64-year-old Gandhi had left the country on August two and underwent a surgery around August 04 and 05.

Before she left on August 04, she had formed a four-member group, including her son and general secretary Rahul Gandhi, to look after party matters in her absence. The others were Defence Minister AK Antony, her political secretary Ahmed Patel and party chief spokesperson Janardan Dwivedi.

Gandhi thanked all those who wished her speedy
recovery when she was undergoing treatment.

It is understood that doctors have advised her complete
rest for some more time and hence the Congress president would
not be meeting people very soon.


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