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Live: UPpolls2017: Priyanka, Rahul rally: UP need not adopt for development, each youth is capable here

Rae Bareli, February 17: Amid ongoing Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra addressed an election rally in Raebareli today.

Congress’ star campaigner for Uttar Pradesh, Priyanka took a jibe at Modi for his adopted son Remark and slammed Modi’s claim that UP has adopted him.

She said, for the development of Uttar Pradesh, it need not adopt anyone.

Slamming PM’s remark, Priyanka said: Each youth of UP can become a leader and develop the state.

Launching a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi raised voice for farmers once again. He said, PM Modi promises to waive off loans of farmers as BJP forms government in Uttar Pradesh. But UPA waived off loan without being in power in UP.

As election approaches, Modi ji recalls farmers, said Rahul at Raebareli.

He further said Modi ji could not fulfill his poll promises made in Varanasi, including those of making Bhojpuri film city and cleanliness of the Ganga river.

Prime Minister Modi has snatched off your food park, the source of employment for you. He has snatched ‘Made in Raebareli‘ as he wanted to take a revenge, said Rahul.

Slamming Centre‘s demonetisation drive, Rahul said note ban has massively hurt small businesses, shop keepers and farmers.

So, far the absence of Priyanka, who is a great crowd puller had reportedly been missed by the Party cadres, especially in the family bastion of Amethi-Rae Bareli. She has been in command for poll campaigns in Amethi and Raebareli for over a decade now.

Congress is contesting on all 10 Assembly seats in Raebareli and Amethi. In 2012, Priyanka had held more than 100 public meetings and road shows in 10 Assembly seats of this region.

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Wefornews Bureau

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