Rahul Gandhi And Priyanka Gandhi Vadra’s Rally In Kerala

Rahul Gandhi And Priyanka Gandhi Vadra’s Rally In Kerala

Rahul Gandhi And Priyanka Gandhi, on condition of anonymity, that the party high command views the Kerala Assembly polls with huge importance.

The Congress-led opposition is determined to fight out and drafted Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra as their star campaigners for the assembly polls to be held in April- May.

Rahul Gandhi And Priyanka Gandhi, on condition of anonymity, that the party high command views the Kerala Assembly polls with huge importance. Click To Tweet

“Both the top leaders have in principle agreed to campaign extensively in Kerala and the first step for that would be the arrival of Rahul in the state capital, later this month to coincide with the conclusion of the present state-wide yatra led by Leader of Opposition Ramesh Chennithala. Rahul is expected to make a few important announcements” said the top Congress leader.
Rahul is the Lok Sabha member from the Wayanad constituency continues to draw huge crowds in his constituency amidst Covid-19 protocols.

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No government in Kerala has retained power so far but the current Pinarayi Vijayan-led LDF government is now aiming to change that after an impressive performance in the local body polls.
“Though Sonia Gandhi, the interim Congress president, is unlikely to campaign in the state, Priyanka is expected to arrive in the state as part of the election campaign and would be traveling across the state. Definitely, there will be a lot of interest generated by the visit of the duo” added the leader.
During the campaign of the two Gandhi siblings, the way they take on the ruling Vijayan government is going to be keenly observed as during the 2019 Lok Sabha poll campaign Rahul saw to it that not a single word was spoken against the Vijayan government or the CPI-M.
Two-time former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is also expected to arrive for a brief election campaign.
 

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