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Priyanka pulls crowds in PM Modi’s Varanasi

DNMUM436397 | 5/16/2019 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :272 | Politics & Governance

Not out | Congress unit shows some strength as packed crowd waved back
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Trying to keep Congress in some reckoning in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s constituency, Congress general secretary, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra conducted an impressive road show in the heart of Varanasi on Wednesday.
After raising speculation that Priyanka Gandhi could be a joint opposition candidate against PM Modi, the Congress had decided against fielding her and chose veteran Ajay Rai who had come a distant third in 2014 with only 70k odd votes.
In the absence of a credible big face, Varanasi is being considered as a cakewalk for PM Modi who had trounced Arvind Kejriwal by over 3.5 lakh votes after a high voltage campaign in 2014 LS polls.
Accompanying Ajay Rai, Priyanka Gandhi began her five kilometre road show by garlandi
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