In her opening remarks at the meeting, Sonia Gandhi said the pandemic hit India in February and the party offered its total support to the government and to "lockdown 1.0".
Sonia said the Modi government refuses to listen to good advice and need of the hour is a massive fiscal stimulus, putting money directly in the hands of the poor.
In her letter, she said nearly three months since the country went into a strict lockdown to contain the spread of coronavirus, millions of Indians are at the risk of slipping into poverty.
BJP national chief alleges that CMs, even in Congress-ruled States, are angry over comments made by AICC chief.
Her statement comes after 20 Indian Army personnel, including a Colonel, were killed in a violent clash with the Chinese army in the Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh on Monday night.
No sense in increasing petrol, diesel prices when economy in shambles, roll them back: Sonia tells govt
In a letter to PM, Gandhi said she was deeply distressed that in these exceedingly difficult times, the government has taken the insensitive decision to increase petrol, diesel prices.
Gandhi said the migrants and 13 crore families in the bottom half of the population have been cruelly ignored by the government.
Sonia launches Rajiv Gandhi Nyay Yojya for farmers in Chhattisgarh; terms it 'true tribute' to ex-PM
The Congress president lauded the scheme, saying it will bring a change in the lives of farmers and help them become self-reliant.
Advocate Praveen K V stated in his complaint lodged on Wednesday that the INC India handle posted a tweet on May 11, making false allegations against the Prime Minister and Union government.
The Samajwadi Party and the Bahujan Samaj Party have not yet confirmed their participation, they said.
While highlighting the crisis, she said that the MSME sector is suffering around Rs 30,000 crore loss every day due to the lockdown.
'Grave damage is being done to our social harmony. Our party will have to work hard to repair the damage.' Sonia Gandhi said in the working committee meet.
It’s a sad lockdown for our embattled liberal classes.
In the letter to the Prime Minister, she extended the party's support to the Union Cabinet's decision of 30 per cent pay cut from salaries of Members of Parliament.
At a time when media personnel are doing their national duty by disseminating news on the pandemic, a statement is highly demoralizing, the NBA president said.