Sonia to address Congress MPs Monday
New Delhi, March 17 (IANS) Congress president Sonia Gandhi is likely to spell out her position on current political issues when she addresses party MPs Monday, party sources said Sunday.
"The Congress president will address the parliamentary party members on Monday," said a senior Congress leader.
Gandhi usually addresses the party MPs during every session of parliament.
This is her first interaction in the ongoing budget session.
Her son and Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi has met party MPs from some states since the session started Feb 21 with a view to strengthening the organisation.
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