Sources from New Delhi have reported that as part of their campaign for the presidential and vice presidential elections, opposition's candidates Meira Kumar and Gopalkrishna Gandhi would hold an interactive session with MPs of 18 non-NDA parties on Sunday and moreover the first such joint outreach to be attended by all Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha MPs of non-NDA political parties is being organized in the Parliament annex tomorrow evening.
Sources have stated that in the interactive session it will see Ms Kumar, the opposition's presidential nominee, and Gandhi, it’s vice presidential candidate, make their presentations before them.
Meanwhile Ms Kumar has appealed to the MPs and MLAs for a vote of
"conscience" and the "inner voice" in her favor. The
opposition feels Gandhi is an ideal candidate as he is the grandson of Mahatma
Gandhi and C Rajagopalachari, the last governor general of India and
furthermore the JD(U) attended the meeting where Mr Gandhi was selected as the
joint opposition vice presidential candidate.
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