Sonia Gandhi wishes people on Diwali, calls for communal harmony

'May this festival renew and strengthen the bonds of family, community and friendship and may each diya we light be a prayer for communal harmony and fraternal relations between people of different regions and faiths of our country,' Gandhi said.

hidden November 02, 2013 20:17:47 IST
Sonia Gandhi wishes people on Diwali, calls for communal harmony

New Delhi: Making a strong appeal for "communal harmony", Congress president Sonia Gandhi today greeted people on the occasion of Diwali.

"May this festival renew and strengthen the bonds of family, community and friendship and may each diya we light be a prayer for communal harmony and fraternal relations between people of different regions and faiths of our country," Gandhi said in her greetings.

Sonia Gandhi wishes people on Diwali calls for communal harmony

Sonia Gandhi. AFP

She said that may the festival of lights bring in peace, prosperity and progress all around.

PTI

Updated Date:

also read

Chintan Shivir: From reconnecting with people to one family one ticket, Rahul Gandhi's strategies to revive Congress
Politics

Chintan Shivir: From reconnecting with people to one family one ticket, Rahul Gandhi's strategies to revive Congress

The Congress leader announced that the party will undertake a yatra in October to re-establish and strengthen its ‘broken’ connection with the common people

Kapil Sibal wants to be charioteer, not the horse
Politics

Kapil Sibal wants to be charioteer, not the horse

There is scepticism around his move. Yet, like our teen chess prodigy Praggnanandha who has beaten the world chess champion Magnus Carlsen twice, Sibal would be dreaming of doing the same politically. It is the larger political role which drives him now more than winning more cases in the court

Poll analyst and Prashant Kishor’s ex-aide Sunil Kanugolu in Congress’s task force for 2024 Lok Sabha elections
Politics

Poll analyst and Prashant Kishor’s ex-aide Sunil Kanugolu in Congress’s task force for 2024 Lok Sabha elections

Party chief Sonia Gandhi has formed three groups -- political affairs for guidance on key issues, Task Force-2024 to implement the Udaipur 'Nav Sankalp' declaration and one to coordinate the 2 October 'Bharat Jodo Yatra' -- to chart the road ahead