Shashi Tharoor, Running for Congress Party President, Says Members Want to Fight the BJP, Not Each Other

On Monday, Congress leader Shashi Tharoor stated that the party’s members prefer to fight the BJP rather than each other. The MP from Thiruvananthapuram, who is running against Congress veteran Mallikarjun Kharge for the party’s presidency, says the two don’t have different ideas. 
Let me state unequivocally that I agree with @kharge ji that all of us in @incIndia prefer to fight the BJP rather than each other.” We don’t have any ideological differences. The only option for our voting colleagues on October 17 is how to do it most effectively, “Tharoor stated this in a tweet. His remarks came a day after Kharge said he told Tharoor that a consensus candidate would be preferable, but the Lok Sabha MP insisted on a contest for the “sake of democracy.” 
The presidential election for Congress will be held on October 17. The counting of votes will begin on October 19, and the results will be announced that day. The election will be attended by over 9,000 Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) delegates.

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