15 Dec 2023

After defeat in 3 states, Cong pins hopes on Maharashtra, Rahul Gandhi will launch campaigning for Lok Sabha elections-2024 from RSS stronghold Nagpur on this date

New Delhi/Nagpur: In the assembly elections held in 4 states, Congress has faced defeat in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. However, in Telangana it has definitely been successful in saving its face. According to information received from sources close to Congress, party will now launch campaign for the Lok Sabha elections-2024 from RSS stronghold Nagpur.

Rahul will reach Nagpur on 28th December

According to the information received, a big meeting of Rahul Gandhi will be organized in Nagpur on 28th December. A meeting of senior Congress leaders is to be held in Nagpur today to review arrangements for this public meeting. If party sources are to be believed, a grand public meeting of Congress is being planned in Nagpur on December 28, where party workers from across the state will be called and Rahul will also address them.

KC Venugopal is also arriving

In fact, facing the challenge of once again activating the party organization before the 2024 general elections, senior Congress leader and Lok Sabha MP Rahul Gandhi will visit Maharashtra on December 28. Congress General Secretary KC Venugopal is reported to be holding a meeting of senior leaders in Nagpur today i.e. on Friday to finalize the plan.

Now only hopes are from Maharashtra

However Venugopal has already confirmed that he is coming today i.e. on Friday. He will take a meeting of senior party leaders. On this matter, a senior leader of Maharashtra Congress said that the plan regarding Rahul's visit will be finalized soon. 

It is noteworthy that Maharashtra currently has 48 Lok Sabha seats, which is also the second largest number after Uttar Pradesh. In such a situation, after the party's massive defeat in the recent Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan assembly elections, the hopes of Congress and Rahul Gandhi are once again pinned on Maharashtra.

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