Gujarat Assembly Elections Rahul Gandhi To Flag Off Congress Campaign On September 5
Rahul Gandhi Gujarat Visit: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will reach...
Rahul Gandhi Gujarat Visit: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will reach Gujarat on September 5 to start his party’s campaign for the upcoming assembly elections in the state. This information was given on Wednesday. Congress general secretary K.C. Giving this information here, Venugopal said that the party has started the process of selection of candidates and the first list of candidates for the year-end elections will be released before September 15. Rajya Sabha member Venugopal told reporters, “Gandhi will launch the assembly election campaign on September 5. He will come here (Ahmedabad) and participate in extensive programs related to election preparations.
Rahul Gandhi will be in Gujarat before India Jodo Yatra
Venugopal said that the Congress has started a 90-day election program in Gujarat on Wednesday. Gandhi will visit Gujarat under his leadership two days before the party’s ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ that begins on September 7. The Congress party has been out of power in Gujarat for almost three decades and the state is ruled by the BJP. Venugopal said, “Gandhi’s visit on September 5 will be in connection with the start of the Gujarat election campaign. He will seek the blessings of Gujarat, the land of Mahatma Gandhi and Sardar Patel, before starting the Bharat Jodo Yatra.
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Congress held a meeting regarding election preparations
Venugopal had come to participate in a meeting with the state leaders regarding the election preparations of the Congress. Senior election observer Ashok Gehlot and Gujarat in-charge and Rajasthan MLA Raghu Sharma were also present in the meeting. Former Congress President Gandhi last visited Gujarat on 10 May. During that time he addressed a tribal rally in Dahod.
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