RAHUL GANDHI'S FIRST VISIT TO AMETHI AFTER DEFEAT
Congress pioneer Rahul Gandhi will visit Amethi Wednesday, his first in the wake of losing the parliamentary seat to Union pastor Smriti Irani in the as of late held Lok Sabha decisions. Rahul, who unexpectedly hit 10 million supporters on Twitter today, said he would praise the "achievement" with the general population of Amethi.
During his visit, Gandhi will meet gathering agents, including corner leaders of five get together fragments – Salon, Amethi, Gauriganj, Jagdishpur and Tiloi. Gandhi is probably going to visit a few towns as well, party area representative Anil Singh said.
While Gandhi ventured down as Congress president assuming liability for the survey failure, his Amethi delegate Chandrakant Dubey and region president Yogendra Mishra additionally surrendered following his misfortune. "As leader of the Congress party, I am in charge of the loss of the 2019 race. Responsibility is basic for the future development of our gathering. It is hence that I have surrendered as Congress president," Rahul's letter read.
Amethi — the past fortress of the Congress — was won by Irani by in excess of 52,000 votes as the BJP came back to control at Center with a greater command. Gandhi spoke to the Amethi Lok Sabha situate since 1999. He is right now a Member of Parliament from Wayanad body electorate in Kerala.