Rahul Gandhi on two-day visit to Amethi; Congress chief to meet party workers, gram panchayat representatives
Rahul Gandhi was scheduled to visit Amethi on 4 January, but it was cancelled in view of the Winter Session of Parliament. It would have clashed with Smriti Irani's trip to Amethi.
Rahul was scheduled to visit Amethi, his Lok Sabha constituency, on 4 January, but it was cancelled in view of the Winter Session of Parliament.
During his trip, he said he will meet and discuss issues with people in his home constituency.
Rahul will address a 'nukkad sabha' at Haliyapur on the second day of his trip to Amethi.
New Delhi: Congress president Rahul Gandhi is on a two-day tour of his parliamentary constituency Amethi starting Wednesday.
Rahul said he would meet and discuss issues with people in his home constituency.
"I am coming to Amethi. Will be with my people and discuss issues with them. Will keep sharing the details of my story of happiness with you by way of pictures," Rahul said in a Facebook post.
During his stay, he is scheduled to meet representatives of gram panchayats at Fursatganj. He will also take part in the swearing-in of newly elected bar members in Gauriganj, his representative Chandrakant Dubey had said.
Rahul will address a 'nukkad sabha' at Haliyapur and stay the night at a Bhueymau guest house, where he will meet party workers on the second day of his visit before leaving for Delhi, Dubey had said.
He was scheduled to visit Amethi on 4 January, but it was cancelled in view of the Winter Session of Parliament.
His visit would have clashed with Union minister Smriti Irani's Amethi trip, which was also scheduled for the same day and was being seen as the first major political face-off ahead of the general elections.
The Congress chief will also tour states like Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh in the coming days.
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