Congress will consider legislation to combat hate crimes, religious discrimination.

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Congress members, on conditions of anonymity, added that the proposed law will also be a part of the party’s manifesto for the 2024 General elections. To tackle the menace of growing hate crimes in the country, Congress said that it will likely propose legislation. Congress is holding its 85th plenary party session at Raipur in Chhattisgarh.

On the condition of anonymity, Congress members added that the proposed law will also included in the party’s manifesto for the 2024 General Elections.

“There will be a total of 56 points in the political resolution,” said a senior party member.

According to the people cited above, Congress political resolution will also propose an anti-discrimination law that will prohibit discrimination in the supply of goods and services based on religion, caste, gender, or language.

According to another party member, the political resolution will also fine-tune the party’s stance on alliance and declare that alliances with like-minded parties will be led by Congress.

The political resolution, according to Congress, say, “The judiciary constantly threatened by direct and indirect measures which create apprehensions in their mind. Unfortunately, the law minister is leading the open assault on the judiciary.”

“The independence and integrity of the judiciary will maintained and protected at all costs,” the resolution will add.

The resolution will also mention the ruling regime’s alleged pressure on the judiciary.

The 85th Congress plenary session, led by Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge, began on Friday in Raipur.

Around 15,000 Congress legislation are attending the ‘Haath Se Haath Jodo’ plenary session to brainstorm for three days in preparation for the new working committee and the Congress’ 2024 national election campaign.

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