UP Election: Priyanka Gandhi beats for Congress in Uttar Pradesh, says here we are in good position…
New Delhi | Priyanka Gandhi UP Election: Since the announcement of the elections, all the political parties have started putting their rhythm continuously. After the announcement of the dates, Congress general secretary in-charge of Uttar Pradesh Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has said that she is ready for a new kind of politics in Uttar Pradesh. He said that preparations are being made to deal with the challenges before the people there and his party is in the best position in the state at present. He said that his party is doing new kind of politics in Uttar Pradesh, finding a new kind of political ground and facing new challenges firmly. The support base of the Congress party is also increasing rapidly, so she can say that the Congress is in a strong position in the state at this time.
Only those who do good work will get tickets
Priyanka Gandhi UP Election: Mrs Vadra said in an interview to a private channel that Congress is in a strong position in Uttar Pradesh. He said that there are opportunities for all the workers to contest elections, so the one who does good work will get a ticket. This time the party is fielding its candidates with special enthusiasm on all the seats in the elections. The one who has been doing better work by staying in the party, should contest the elections and after winning, carry forward the campaign to start new politics in the state.
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Good candidates for all seats
Priyanka Gandhi UP Election: Priyanka Gandhi said that her goal is to bring a change in the politics of the state, so the party will contest all the seats in Uttar Pradesh. They have good candidates in all the seats. This is the time for the party to contest elections on its own, leave the negativity and think about positive issues and do different kind of politics.
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