Priyanka Gandhi has given a message to Congress supporters and voters before her visit to Uttar Pradesh to kick off a rally as party general secretary, that she hopes to “start a new kind of politics in which everyone – even the weakest – will be a stakeholder”.

Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has been selected as the general secretary of Congress of eastern UP while Jyotiraditya Scindia has been selected as the Congress general secretary of western UP. According to the sources, they both will be arriving today to their designated places.

Last month the appointment was officially announced by Rahul Gandhi, who is accompanying both of them in their visit today to Lucknow.

Priyanka Gandhi Vadra shared an audio message yesterday, through the Congress Shakti App and phone calls to voters saying that “I am coming tomorrow to Lucknow to meet all of you. I have hope in my heart that together we will start a new kind of politics, a politics in which all of you will be stakeholders — my young friends, my sisters, and even the weakest person, all their voices will be heard.”

“Come, let’s build a new future, new politics with me. Thank you,” she added.

Priyanka Gandhi Vadra is a big hope for the Congress for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. While three will be traveling from the airport to the headquarters of Congress, a mega roadshow will take place, as arranged by the party members.

In a message, Jyotiraditya Scindia said that  “Tomorrow I am coming to be with you. The youth of Uttar Pradesh need a roadmap for the future and the state needs change.

Addressing the people of Uttar Pradesh he said to join them in order to bring change to Uttar Pradesh. It is likely to say that Rahul Gandhi will return the same day while the two general secretaries will interact with party workers at the state Congress office on February 12, 13 and 14 in Lucknow.

 

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