AAP is an important opponent in Delhi elections: Priyanka Gandhi
Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Saturday said AAP is an important opponent in the Delhi Assembly polls.
New Delhi: Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Saturday said AAP is an important opponent in the Delhi Assembly polls even as she expressed optimism over Congress bouncing back.
"I think it's definitely an important opponent in this elections," the daughter of Congress president Sonia Gandhi said after casting her vote at Lodhi Estate polling station.
When asked to comment on Rahul Gandhi's remark after the last Assembly elections that the Congress could learn from AAP, she said, "I am sure they too have a lot to learn from the Congress. Everyone learns from everyone."
Priyanka, who was accompanied by her husband Robert Vadra, said she was optimistic that the Congress would bounce back from the series of election defeats.
"The Congress has faced difficulties before and it has always come through. I'm sure it will come through," she said.
In the 2013 Delhi elections, Congress had won eight seats while AAP and BJP had bagged 28 and 31 seats respectively.
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