Rahul Gandhi, Amit Shah to Begin 'Mission 2019' Campaign From UP
The Congress and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) presidents — Rahul Gandhi and Amit Shah, individually — will start their 'Central goal 2019' battle from Uttar Pradesh on July 4. While the Congress president will be on a two-day visit to his parliamentary voting public Amethi, the BJP boss will start the 2019 Lok Sabha surveys crusade from Varanasi, Mirzapur, and Agra.
On his two-day visit, Rahul Gandhi is relied upon to meet party workers, dealers and go to a few projects. He is likewise liable to meet the group of a Muslim agriculturist who kicked the bucket while sitting tight for four days to offer his deliver.
Charging that no BJP pioneer has till now went by the agriculturist's home, Congress MLC Deepak Singh stated, "The demise of ranchers indicated impassive disposition of state government. He kicked the bucket sitting tight for a considerable length of time to offer his deliver. Rahulji will positively visit his home and meet his relatives."
Amit Shah, then again, is probably going to meet Lok Sabha in-charges of Kashi, Gorakhpur, and Awadh in front of the 2019 surveys. "Anybody dynamic via web-based networking media can go to the meeting. For that, earlier enrollment will proceed till today. The party boss will associate with the members," the leader of BJP's IT cell, Sanjay Rai, said.
After Uttar Pradesh, Rahul Gandhi will kickstart the early battle in Gujarat for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections with his visits on July 11 and July 15. Rahul Gandhi had widely visited the state amid the 2017 Assembly polls and was credited for his party’s enhanced execution with a count of 77 seats, up from 54 of every 2012, in the 182-situate house.
Rahul Gandhi will visit the urgent Saurashtra area's Junagadh, Rajkot and Bhavnagar locale. It was in this area that the Congress made a noteworthy rebound in the wake of two prolonged decades and won a lion's share of the seats.
Party sources said he would likewise have long meetings and talk with the state pioneers. Gandhi is relied upon to make no less than three to four such visits till December to restore his interface with the general population here. In 2014 races, the BJP had cleared Uttar Pradesh, winning 73 of its 80 Lok Sabha seats.
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