Rahul should focus more on politics of development - Adityanath

Congress president Rahul Gandhi DH file

Congress president Rahul Gandhi DH file

The Congress leader arrived in the state on a two-day visit to galvanise party workers for the 2019 Lok Sabha polls and breathe life in the party which saw its worst-ever performance in the 2017 Assembly elections getting only seven seats in the 403-member House.

This is for the first time after taking over as the party president that Rahul will be paying a visit to the Congress bastion.

Amethi: Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Monday criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi while praising the Chinese government for their development and employment agendas.

Lord Ram and Ravana poster was captioned "Rahul roop mein bhagwan Ram ka avatar, 2019 mein ayega Rahul Raj".

In the poster Rahul could be seen carrying a bow and an arrow, pointing towards Prime Minister Modi.

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The other poster depicting Rahul as Lord Krishna was titled, "Sangharsh se Vijay ki or chal diye maharathi.(the warrior has begun the journey)".

On January 16, at around 10.30 am, Rahul is likely to interact with the public at Musafirkhana, and then proceed to Jais, Jagdishpur and Mohanganj.

The newly elected Congress president is expected to receive a grand reception by the party workers. "People are looking forward to welcome him", senior UP Congress leader Akhilesh Singh said.

Mr Gandhi, in an informal speech later, accused the BJP of lying continuously and also depriving Amethi of its development projects. "It would also help workers bring the party back from the exile".

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