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Saturday, February 2, 2019

Rahul Gandhi to address Jan Akanksha Rally at Patna's Gandhi Maidan today, first Congress meet at scene in almost 3 decades

Patna: Congress president Rahul Gandhi will address the 'Jan Akanksha Rally' in Bihar's Patna on Sunday, the principal open gathering sorted out by the gathering at Patna's Gandhi Maidan in just about three decades. 

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Prior in 1989, Rahul's dad and previous Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi had tended to the rally in Bihar at a similar setting. 

Be that as it may, Congress' execution in the state has not been great, and it has been limited to a little association in the partnerships every now and then. 

Rahul is additionally expected to declare another race sop from the rally, as he did at the Kisan Aabhar Rally in Raipur when he reported a widespread fundamental pay for poor people, a source in the gathering said. 

Prior, Congress pioneer and MLC Prem Chand Mishra hosted said that the get-together has welcomed best resistance pioneers from the nation over to go to the rally. "It will be a gigantic rally as the gathering is holding it following 28 years with no union. All gathering specialists, MPs or MLAs have equipped to make this rally a major achievement. We have welcomed all Opposition heads to go to this rally in Patna. Individuals of Bihar have the directly to recognize what the Central and Bihar government has done as such far for poor and ordinary citizens," he included. 

Other than Rahul, Opposition pioneers like Tejashvi Yadav, Upendra Kushwaha and Sharad Yadav will likewise address the rally. 

The main pastors Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhatisgarh — Ashok Gehlot, Kamalnath and Bhupesh Baghel — the gathering's Bihar-unit boss Shaktisinh Gohil, senior pioneer and Rajya Sabha MP Ahmed Patel and Mahila Congress president Sushmita Dev will likewise be available on the event. 

While the NDA in Bihar, driven by state Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's JDU has effectively reported its seat-sharing recipe, the Opposition here is yet to land at an accord. 

BJP, JDU, and LJP have effectively declared the seat-sharing recipe for the up and coming Lok Sabha surveys with the BJP and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's JDU challenging 17 situates each, leaving six seats for Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan's LJP.

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