People want Congress to stand for their rights, ‘save democracy’, not fight among themselves: Rahul

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Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Saturday said people of the country want the party to get up and fight for their rights and save democracy and not fight among themselves.

Addressing a crucial meeting of the Congress Working Committee, the former party chief said it does not matter who holds what post, but people are only interested in seeing a united Congress which should fight for the sustenance of democracy, the honour of the Constitution and the rights of the deprived and the disadvantaged classes.

He also cited the example of Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi, saying he turned emotional and cried over the telephone when Congress president Sonia Gandhi told him to assume charge after the resignation of Amarinder Singh.

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