MPCC blows poll bugle, holds mega roadshow of Rahul Gandhi

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 07 Oct 2018 10:31:15


 

Staff Reporter,

Congress launched its election campaign in Madhya Pradesh with a mega roadshow of All India Congress Committee (MPCC), President, Rahul Gandhi in Jabalpur on Saturday. As part of this programme, Gandhi also worshipped goddess river Narmada at Umaghat.
Rahul Gandhi performed ‘Narmada Mahaarti’ and prayed for victory of Congress in Assembly Elections-2018 scheduled on November 28. He also felicitated a group of saints and conducted ‘Kanya Pujan’ at the bank of river Narmada.


Earlier, Rahul Gandhi was accompanied by galaxy of senior Congress leaders, including State President, Kamal Nath, Member of Parliament, Jyotiraditya Scindia, Leader of Opposition, Ajay Singh, Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee, in-charge, Deepak Bawaria, Member of Parliament (Rajya Sabha), Vivek Tankha, who accorded him a rousing welcome at helipad situated in Ayurvedic College ground. The senior leaders were welcomed by Congress Spokesman, Shobha Ojha, MLA, Tarun Bhanot, City President, Dinesh Yadav, Jagatbahadur Singh Annu and other leaders at Umaghat. Thereafter, a little girl administered oath to senior Congress leaders of ensuring cleanliness of river Narmada and creating public awareness.


A large number of Congress workers and residents gathered at the bank of river Narmada at Gwarighat, Umaghat and Siddhaghat and raised slogans for victory of Congress in Assembly elections. It may be noted that the Sankalp Yatra Rath of Rahul Gandhi reached Jabalpur onSaturday, which also turned out to be the launch of election campaign of Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) as the Election Commission of India (EC) issued election notification for Assembly elections in five states. On the other hand, aspirants of candidature in Assembly elections were queued to register their strong presence before Congress magnates.


Congress leaders left no stone unturned in attracting their senior leaders as the entire area and passing route of Rahul Gandhi was full of hoardings, cut-outs, banners and Congress flags.