Wind in favour of Congress: Priyanka
Congress` star campaigner Priyanka Gandhi today launched a frontal attack on the BSP government in UP alleging that it was wasting money on statues.
CSM Nagar (UP): Congress` star campaigner
Priyanka Gandhi today launched a frontal attack on the BSP
government in Uttar Pradesh alleging that it was wasting money
on statues and parks even as she said there was a wind of
change in favour of the Congress in the state.
Addressing a series of poll meetings here, Priyanka said
there is a chance to effect a change in the state after 22
years and sought votes for bringing the Congress to power.
She alleged that the Uttar Pradesh government led by
Mayawati was wasting money and parks and not on development.
"Public money is not for leaders, it is for common man.
It is not for statues or parks. The UP government has looted
the state...It is time to bring in change in Uttar Pradesh
after 22 years," Priyanka said.
"Your vote will determine your future for the next five
years. Strengthen the hands of Congress and bring it to
power," she said.
Campaigning in the twin family pocket boroughs of Amethi
and Rae Bareli, Priyanka said that there is a "wind in favour
of Congress in the state this time".
Accompanied by her two children, Rehan and Miraya,
she arrived here this morning to start the next leg of her
campaigning in the poll-bound Uttar Pradesh.
"Rahul is touring the state extensively for bringing in a
change and he would definitely do it...there is a wind in
favour of the Congress this time," she said while addressing a
meeting in Karhaiya Bazar area under Salon Assembly
constituency in favour of party nominee Shiv Balak Pasi.