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Congress Workers Want "PM Modi vs Priyanka Gandhi Vadra" In Varanasi

The posters featuring Priyanka Gandhi Vadra in the middle, Congress president Rahul Gandhi on the top and local Congress leader Ajay Rai, who had contested against PM Modi in 2014, at the bottom, have come up across Varanasi.

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Congress Workers Want 'PM Modi vs Priyanka Gandhi Vadra' In Varanasi

The local unit of the Congress demanded that Priyanka Gandhi Vadra be pitted against PM Modi in Varanasi


Varanasi: 

Posters urging Priyanka Gandhi Vadra to contest the coming general elections from Varanasi-- Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Lok Sabha constituency-- came up in the holy city on Thursday.

The local unit of the Congress too demanded that Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, who formally entered politics on Wednesday and was appointed the general secretary for Uttar Pradesh East, be pitted directly against PM Modi to galvanise voters of UP and neighbouring states.

The posters featuring Priyanka Gandhi Vadra in the middle, Congress president Rahul Gandhi on the top and local Congress leader Ajay Rai, who had contested against PM Modi in 2014, at the bottom, have come up across Varanasi.

The lines, "Kashi Ki Janta Kare Pukar, Priyanka Gandhi Ho Sansad Hamar. We want Priyanka", were printed in bold letters in the centre of the posters.

Holding the posters and shouting slogans, some youth Congress workers also took out a march in the Lahurbir locality demanding that Priyanka Gandhi Vadra be declared the party's candidate from Varanasi.

"The Congress party soldiers (workers) are ready to make her (Priyanka) win the elections from the temple town constituency...If she contests from here, the impact would be felt in the neighbouring states as well," Mr Rai said.

"The wave of PM Modi has now faded as people want to get rid of the Modi-Shah misrule who have ruined the lives of scorers of small businessmen and rendered thousands of people jobless due to their faulty policies and chest thumping," he added.

Mr Rai expressed confidence that the Congress would win the 2019 Lok Sabha elections as well as the 2022 assembly polls in Uttar Pradesh.



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