- Congress pioneer Rahul Gandhi will be taking part in ‘Padyatra’ in Amethi, Uttar Pradesh, on December 18.
- Attacking PM Modi-drove BJP government, he said everything is being parted with a couple of picked finance managers.
Congress pioneer Rahul Gandhi will be taking part in ‘Padyatra’ in Amethi, Uttar Pradesh, on December 18, as a component of Congress party’s continuous cross country ‘Jan Jagran Abhiyan’ dispatched by the party to make mindfulness about expanding expansion rates.
Congress general secretary KC Venugopal delivered an assertion on Monday about the Padyatra (walk) and informed that Congress chief Priyanka Gandhi would likewise be going to the occasion.
Rahul Gandhi was MP from the Amethi voting public from 2004 to 2019. In 2019, Bharatiya Janata Party’s Smriti Irani crushed Gandhi to win the Amethi seat.
“Congress party dispatched an unsettling countrywide program, ‘Jan Jagran Abhiyan’ on November 14, 2021, to uncover the ridiculous fumble of the economy by the Modi government and make individuals mindful of the public authority’s lack of care in tending to the predominant overwhelming expansion,” read the assertion.
He added that individuals supporting the mission likewise have been enrolling themselves for the continuous Congress participation drive, dispatched on November 1, through missed calls and different cycles.
On Sunday, Congress coordinated a ‘mehngai hatao rally (eliminate expansion)’ in Jaipur. Rahul Gandhi thought about the costs of fundamental wares like a gas chamber, beats, ghee, flour, and sugar from 2014 and showed how they presently have generally multiplied and significantly increased.
Attacking PM Modi-drove BJP government, he said everything is being parted with a couple of picked finance managers. Congress president Sonia Gandhi and Congress pioneer Priyanka Gandhi likewise went to the convention.
This meeting was planned to be held in Delhi; however, it was chosen to move it to Jaipur as the convention was not permitted in NCR. The Congress general secretary called the meeting not permitted in Delhi as “hard and undemocratic.”
Rahul Gandhi will likewise be going to a public assembly in Dehradun, Uttarakhand, from December 16 to
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