Virtually gasping for survival in the country's politically most vibrant state, UP Congress Committee (UPCC) sees a hope of reviving the outfit by elevating Rahul Gandhi as the party's national president.
Even after ruling Amethi for 14 years, Rahul Gandhi did not facilitate a building for the collectorate. "Some suggestions have also been given", he said adding the KPCC updated the state unit's preparedness for elections and shared information on the work done by both the party and the state government in Karnataka.
As the date approaches, political parties are making it their mission to secure the votes of Gujarat.
Yogi also alleged "that Congress killed Mahatma Gandhi's ideology and as Mahatma Gandhi had said that the relevance of the Congress had ended after Independence".
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"There is no opposition to Rahul's elevation as Congress president and hence it was passed unanimously soon after Babbar moved the resolution during the meeting", said UPCC spokesman Amarnath Agarwal. "But, the then leadership of Congress didn't pay heed to Gandhi's advice". However, according to the experts, BJP seems to be facing a hard time trying to fight the Congress, which is becoming popular and gaining the confidence of the people very quickly.
Yogi also likely to visit another poll-bound state in Himachal Pradesh, ahead of the assembly elections due on 9 Nov, this year. A senior BJP leader said that "Yogi Adityanath will visit Gujarat several times to the run-up to the election". The main goal of this Yatra is to win back the traditional vote bank of the Patidars who are angry with the BJP in Gujarat.
"Today, there are only two Lok Sabha members from Uttar Pradesh, but in 2019 there won't be a single Congress MP in the Lok Sabha". "Things (under Rahul Gandhi as Congress president) will change radically; he will give a new face".