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Rahul Gandhi Holds Roadshow in Amethi, To File Nomination Soon

Rahul Gandhi Holds Roadshow in Amethi, To File Nomination Soon

Congress President Rahul Gandhi is holding a roadshow in Uttar Pradesh’s Amethi, as he touched base in his body electorate on Wednesday, 10 April, to record his assignment papers.

The Congress boss is joined by his sister and gathering general for UP east Priyanka Gandhi, and her better half Robert Vadra.

Amethi goes to surveys in the fifth stage on 6 May.

Sonia Gandhi is relied upon to document her designation from the Raebareli voting demographic on Thursday, and may likewise address a nukkad sabha, revealed The Times of India.

The Congress boss is planned to embrace a 3-km roadshow from Munshiganj-Darpipur to Gauriganj before recording the designation

Speaking to the body electorate for as long as 15 years, Rahul Gandhi will this time again face BJP’s Smriti Irani, who is probably going to record her designation papers on Thursday

In the 2014 general races, Irani was vanquished by Rahul Gandhi by more than one lakh cast a ballot

This time, the Congress president is challenging from two Lok Sabha voting public – Amethi and Wayanad

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Rahul Gandhi Holds Roadshow in Amethi Along With Priyanka Gandhi and Robert Vadra

Rahul Gandhi is holding a monstrous roadshow in Amethi before recording his selection from the constituency. The Congress boss is joined by Priyanka Gandhi and her better half Robert Vadra, alongside their kids.

CM Yogi to Visit Amethi to Accompany Irani During Nomination Filing

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will visit Amethi on Thursday where he will go with Union Minister and BJP competitor Smriti Irani, will’s identity recording her selection papers, a gathering representative referred to by PTI said.

The central priest will likewise partake in a roadshow before the selection and later location a race meeting, BJP’s Amethi media in-control Govind Singh said.

Irani was to document her selection on 17 April, yet since it is an occasion, she will presently record the papers on 11 April.

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