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Need to take note of serious setbacks in assembly polls, draw lessons: Sonia Gandhi

IndiaTimes Monday, 10 May 2021
Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Monday said the party has to take note of its serious setbacks in assembly polls, and face the reality to draw the right lessons. Sonia further said that she intends to set up a small group "to look at every aspect that caused such reverses and report quickly." She also condemned Centre for 'abdicating responsibility' during Covid crisis.
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