Congress celebrates victory as its leads in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, and Madhya Pradesh - TNBCLive

Congress workers are celebrating the victory of their win at high margin seats in Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan. They celebrate with bursting crackers, played a song and danced to the dhol. Carrying the National Party’s flag, a large number of party workers and supporters have gathered at the party headquarters in Delhi and appreciated Congress Chief Rahul Gandhi’s leadership in steering the Congress towards victory.

Congress workers distributed sweets and display big banners on walks to celebrate their unexpected victory in the Assembly Elections. They even chanted “Rahul Gandhi Zindabad”. A banner put up by them reads, “Next Prime Minister of India.”

Senior Congress leaders, including Priyanka Chaturvedi and Navjot Singh Sidhu, joined the party workers at 24, Akbar Road office and expressing happiness as the trends of election results showed that Congress takes the lead in all the three states- Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and Chhattisgarh.

Mr. Sidhy told the source that “it was a united effort in preparing and campaigning for polls. The leader at the top was inspiring everybody. Rahul ji has exhibited great character in a time of crisis, like a captain guiding a ship in choppy waters.”

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The Congress headquarters lawns were filled with party workers, who were carrying Congress flags and hailed Mr. Gandhi as a “Great Leader”. This is after a long time that the Congress workers were found celebrating the victory achieved by the party.

People everywhere in the election-bound states chanted, “Jeet gaya bhai jeet gaya, Rahul Gandhi jeet gaya” and celebrating their victory.

24-years-old Jeetpal Yadav, who is a law student had come from Laxmi Nagar to celebrate the victory of Congress said, “We are very happy, and we should be winning in three states.”

“But we should not rejoice too much as a lot of hard work would be needed for 2019 elections. Win in a few states would not signal a victory in Lok Sabha elections,” added Mr. Yadav.

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