Sink differences, work hard for LS polls: Rahul Gandhi to Congress workers
Amethi: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday exhorted party workers to sink their differences and factionalism and work hard for the Lok Sabha elections, due next year.
"There is a need for participation of youths in politics...We have to work together for making the country and Congress stronger..Sink enmity and factionalism and work for 2014 general polls," a party worker quoted Gandhi as telling the participants of two-day youth Congress training camp, which concluded today in Jagdishpur.
On the complaint of neglect by leaders, Gandhi said workers are the leaders and there is no question of ignoring them.
Giving indications of change in the organisational structure here, Gandhi said there is a need for big reshuffle and work is on in this direction.
Lamenting that the party was not able to project the good works being undertaken by the central government, he said that youth Congress workers have a major responsibility in this direction.
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