Uttar Pradesh Election: Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra attacked the government fiercely in a meeting with important leaders of Uttar Pradesh Congress convened in the context of preparations for the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections. Also announced that the UP Congress will come out on the streets more strongly against inflation, unemployment and jungle raj.
Priyanka Gandhi said that the public is troubled by the rising inflation. The prices of petrol-diesel, mustard oil, fruits and vegetables are touching the sky. In this digital meeting convened with the Uttar Pradesh Advisory Council and Strategic Group, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra took on the Yogi government of Uttar Pradesh and alleged that there was open violence in the Panchayat elections. BJP workers fired bombs, stones, and bullets during the violence.
‘UP government failed’
According to the official statement, in this meeting, the Congress General Secretary discussed inflation, corona, panchayat elections, organization training camps. Priyanka said that farmers are suffering because of the free animals. Farmers’ costs have doubled, but incomes have dwindled. According to the official statement, members of the UP Congress Advisory Council and the Strategic Group said that the Uttar Pradesh government has failed on every issue. Actually, there is an assembly election in Uttar Pradesh next year.
At the same time, a day before this meeting, on Sunday, Priyanka Gandhi also had a meeting with Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel. Baghel is likely to play an important role in preparing the Congress organization along with strategy and booth management for next year’s assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh. Senior Congress leaders Rajiv Shukla, Salman Khurshid, State Congress Committee President Ajay Kumar Lallu, Legislature Party leader Aradhana Mishra and many other senior leaders attended this digital meeting of Congress on Monday.
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