NEW DELHI: Shiv Sena Priyanka Chaturvedi MP on Saturday said that if Conference leader Priyanka Gandhi contest upcoming Lok Sabha elections from Varanasi against Prime Minister, she will definitely win.
“The INDIA coalition is leading the way. The coalition will discuss who is best suited for a seat. If Priyanka Gandhi runs in the Lok Sabha election from Varanasi, she will win,” the Uddhav MP said. Balasaheb Thackeray said.
She added that the public was aware of the current scenario in the country and confirmed that it would be Prime Minister Modi’s last speech from the Red Fort as the next prime minister to be elected from the Indian coalition. DEGREE.
“Whether it’s inflation, unemployment, farmers’ sadness or brutality against women, it’s all on the rise, and the public is seeing this and will question them. Next year, the prime minister of the Union of India will come and take the country forward,” she said.
The statement by leader Shiv Sena comes after Uttar Pradesh Parliament Speaker Ajay Rai confirmed on Friday that Rahul Gandhi will run in the upcoming elections from amethyst structure.
Rahul Gandhi to compete from Amethi
“Rahul Gandhi will definitely run for Lok Sabha election from Amethi, the people of Amethi are here,” Rai, who was appointed chairman of the party’s state unit in the latest reshuffle, told the media. communication in Varanasi.
Surrounded by party staff and leaders who gathered at the airport when he arrived from Delhi, Rai said that if the party’s national secretary general Priyanka Gandhi wishes, she could run from Varanasi. or any other place.
“If Priyanka Gandhi had a desire to fight from Varanasi, then every worker would work for her wholeheartedly,” he said.
Amethi was the long-held bastion of the Gandhi family until Rahul Gandhi, who had been an MP from the chair since 2004, was ousted by the BJP’s Smriti Irani in the 2019 general election.
Rai, an upper-caste Bhumihar who unsuccessfully ran against Prime Minister Narendra Modi from Varanasi in the 2014 and 2019 Lok Sabha polls, has been appointed head of the UP Parliament, replaced leader Dalit Brijlal Khabri.
The power of the longstanding major party has dwindled to just two in the 403-member House of Representatives after last year’s state polls.
(With input from Agencies)