New Delhi, November 12 (Language) Congress on Sunday said that rumors have been spread about the political activities of its top leadership in the Rajasthan Assembly elections, while Mallikarjun Kharge, Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi have campaigned there in the past as well and will do so in the upcoming elections. Will do it in days also.
Party’s Organization General Secretary KC Venugopal has given this statement at a time when some reports have claimed that the Congress high command is not fully focusing on the Rajasthan Assembly elections.
“A section of BJP sponsored media is spreading rumors about the activity of our top leadership in Rajasthan,” Venugopal posted on social media platform ‘X’. Recently, Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge ji, Rahul Gandhi ji and Priyanka Gandhi ji have campaigned several times in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Telangana and Mizoram.
He said, “From November 16, Kharge ji will stay in Rajasthan for 3 days, Rahul ji will have public programs for 4 days and Priyanka ji will also campaign for 3 days.”
“This propaganda is being spread against us, while there is complete silence about how Prime Minister Modi did not even dare to campaign in Mizoram,” Venugopal claimed.
According to him, it is extremely unethical and mischievous that Congress’s unwavering commitment towards Rajasthan is being questioned.
Congress General Secretary said, “Don’t forget, Rahul ji walked across Rajasthan for 18 days during ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’. The vision of Congress being implemented in Rajasthan and its guarantee for the upcoming elections is the result of Rahul ji’s interaction with the poor, youth and marginalized people of Rajasthan.
He said, “Our entire party, from the booth level to the Congress President, is working unitedly to ensure that our government is formed again in Rajasthan. There is no doubt that we will return to power with a landslide victory, because Congress has an unbreakable, strong bond with the 8 crore people of Rajasthan. It is a bond forged by decades of public service and revolutionary governance.”