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Sonia Gandhi Congress INC launches UP Election Campaigning 2017 from Varanasi, Sonia Gandhi Campaigning UP Elections, UP election Campaining INC, INC Campagning UP 2017 

VARANASI: Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Tuesday launched her party's poll campaign+ for Uttar Pradesh assembly elections with a roadshow in PM Modi's constituency Varanasi.


This is the third major programme of the party in Uttar Pradesh in the past few days after " 27 saal-UP behal+ " Delhi-Kanpur bus yatra and Rahul Gandhi+ 's interactive session with booth level workers in Lucknow.

Thousands of Congress supporters and workers took part in the roadshow from the Circuit House to Englishiya Line, a distance of about eight kilometres.

The march began with Gandhi garlanding the statue of B R Ambedkar at the Circuit House and the marchers criss-crossed lanes and bylanes of the temple town.

Gandhi, who was initially travelling in a car and later moved to a vehicle with open sunroof, waved at the crowd which cheered and raised slogans against the Modi government.

She is accompanied by Sheila Dikshit+ , who is the party's chief ministerial candidate in the state, AICC general secretary Gulam Nabi Azad, UPCC chief Raj Babbar, senior party leaders Pramod Tiwari and Sanjay Singh.


Congress has been out of power for 27 years in Uttar Pradesh and is projecting that the state has gone from bad to worse in these years through a campaign, called ‘27 Saal, UP Behaal’.Varanasi is a key place in eastern Uttar Pradesh having some 160 of the 403 Assembly constituencies in the state. Congress had only won two seats—Amethi and Rae Bareli

 

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