New Delhi: Congress President Rahul Gandhi’s hard work in the ongoing assembly polls results is evident as his party has performed tremendously well and has given a solid reply to the Bhartiya Janata Party’s confidence of ‘Congress Mukt Bharat’.
The credit is given to Rahul Gandhi by his party leaders who held 82 meetings and seven road shows in a few weeks time in the five state elections in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Telangana, and Mizoram.
Congress National general secretary Ashok Gehlot said that the credit of this performance goes to Rahul Gandhi’s leadership.
A senior party leader associated with the campaign committee of Congress in the five states said, “Rahul Gandhi held the maximum 25 rallies and 4 road shows only in MP since October 7, when the Election Commission announced the election date. Congress President participated in 2 road shows in Rajasthan and one in Chhattisgarh.”
Congress appears to make a comeback to power in Rajasthan after five years and in Chhattisgarh, the comeback is after 15 long years.
In Telangana, Rahul held 17 rallies in favor of Congress candidate but the results that are coming is disappointing. Telangana Rashtra Samiti led by the ongoing Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao appears to head towards another term.
In the Northeast’s Mizoram, Rahul Gandhi addressed two election rallies but Congress failed to save its last bastion in the region as Mizo National Front is all set to form the government.
A senior Congress leader said, “The message of this verdict is clear and people have accepted Rahul Gandhi as a national leader. This is a good sign ahead of Lok Sabha 2019 polls.”
Voting in MP and Mizoram was held on November 28, in Rajasthan and Telangana voting held on December 7. Naxal affected state Chhattisgarh had a two-phase voting on November 12 and 20.
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