No ordinary election, it’s to save Constitution, democracy: Rahul to Cong workers


PTI, Apr 18, 2024, 11:01 AM IST

A day before the first phase of the Lok Sabha polls, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Thursday told party workers that this is no ordinary election but one to save the Constitution, and exhorted them to tell people that the BJP is “destroying the idea of India”.

In a video message, Gandhi told the Congress workers that they have a huge responsibility.

“You are the backbone of our party. I thought that since it is election time, I should talk to you directly. This is not an ordinary election, this is an election to save the Constitution and democracy in which ‘Babbar Sher’ (lion-hearted) workers like you have a huge responsibility,” Gandhi said in his message delivered in both Hindi and English.

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