Responding to the horrific incident of a 12-year-old rape survivor walking on the street of Ujjain in injured condition, Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, slammed the BJP-led government. On September 28, Gandhi said women, girls, tribals and Dalits are not safe under Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the Madhya Pradesh CM rule. "The brutality meted out to a little girl in Ujjain, the city of Mahakal is soul-shattering."
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Rahul Gandhi, the former President of the Indian National Congress (INC) held a road show and addressed a public rally meeting in Wayanad, Kerala. It is Gandhi's furst visit after being disqualified as the Lok Sabha member. Notably, after convicted in a 2019 defamation case for "Modi surname' remark, the Lok Sabha Secretariat issued notice to Gandhi. Although a Surat Court granted bail to Rahul, he is a disqualified MP.
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Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra will travel with Congress President Sonia Gandhi while she receives medical attention overseas, the party said on August 23. However, the group made no mention of definite departure date or the destinations they would be visiting. "She will also visit her ailing mother before she returns to New Delhi," said a statement from Congress national secretary… read-more
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While Priyanka Gandhi, the general secretary of the Congress party, demonstrated against unemployment and rising prices, Delhi Police arrested her outside the party's offices in the nation's capital on August 5. The footage, provided by news agency ANI, shows Delhi policewomen constables carrying Priyanka Gandhi to a police truck. Before being… read-more
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A six-member delegation of the Congress party is set to visit Lalitpur to meet the family of a rape victimn, on the directions of the party General Secretary, Priyanka Gandhi. Earlier on 4th May, the Uttar Pradesh police had arrested the Station House Officer (SHO) who had allegedly raped a minor girl when she was at a police station in the Lalitpur district, to file a complaint.
General Secretary of Congress Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, on February 23, slammed the BJP and SP, for diverting people attention. During the UP Assembly elections, Gandhi said the opposition are focusing on terrorist act, avoiding women issues, unemployment and other youth issues in the State. She slammed CM Yogi Adityanath for not speaking of stray cattle issue, but lecturing people over terrorism, diminishing common people's issue.
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Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on February 13, ruled out allegations of rift with Rahul Gandhi. In an interview, the Congress leader said, "I can sacrifice my life for my brother, even he can do that same for me. There is conflict in BJP not in Congress". Hitting back at CM Yogi Adityanath, Ms Vadra said, "It looks he is stating this in light of rift between him, Modij, and Amit Shah".
Taking a dig at the recent Hijab row of Karnataka, Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra said, women can wear whatever they want. Taking to Twitter, Priyanka said, "Whether it's a bikini, a ghoonghat, a pair of jeans or a hijab. It's a woman's right to decide what she wants to wear. It's a right GUARANTEED by the Constitution of India. Stop harassing woman #LadkihoonLadSaktiHoon."
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Former BJP leaders Sudip Kumar Barman and Ashish Kumar Saha joined the opposition Congress on February 8. Notably, on February 7, they resigned from BJP in Tripura, after the BJP removed Barman from the ministry post due to anti-party activities. Ahead of joining the Congress, two leaders met with former Congress President Rahul Gandhi and General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi. The developments came ahead of 2023 Tripura Assembly elections.
Ahead of the Uttar Pradesh elections, Congress has released a list of 30-star campaigners for the first phase on January 24. Among the star campaigners are party chief Sonia Gandhi, former PM Dr. Manmohan Singh, Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, Ghulam Nabi Azad, Ashok Gehlot, a few G-23 leaders, former JNU student Kanhaiya Kumar, and other leaders. Meanwhile, brief meetings and door-to-door campaigns will be held by senior leaders.