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"Cowards Can't Fight This Battle": Congress After RPN Singh's Exit

UP Meeting Election: RPN Singh, a former Union Minister, was the Congress’s Jharkhand in-charge.

New Delhi:

Quickly after RPN Singh stop the Congress and joined the BJP, the Congress conveyed its sharp message in what it mentioned have been Priyanka Gandhi Vadra’s phrases.

“The battle the Congress is placing up all throughout the nation, significantly in Uttar Pradesh is a battle towards authorities assets, its businesses. It is a battle of ideology, reality and to combat a battle as robust pitched as this one you must combat it with braveness and lots of dedication. I do not assume this combat is supposed for cowards,” Congress spokesperson Supriya Shrinate informed reporters.

“As Priyanka Gandhi Vadra mentioned, to combat this battle it’s good to be in your toe, it’s good to have braveness, you can’t be a coward and combat this battle,” she added. 
Priyanka Gandhi is main the Congress marketing campaign in UP. Since she took over because the social gathering’s UP in-charge in 2019, she has misplaced three large leaders within the state.

Jyotiraditya Scindia was accountable for UP together with Priyanka Gandhi within the 2019 nationwide election however the subsequent yr, he stop the social gathering and took many Madhya Pradesh MLAs with him, inflicting the Congress authorities within the state to crash.

Final yr, Jitin Prasada, a key Brahmin face of the social gathering in UP, stop and joined the BJP.

All three, Mr Scindia, Mr Prasada and RPN Singh, have been near the Gandhis and have been a part of the so-called interior circle of Rahul Gandhi.

Mr Singh was additionally one of many Congress’s most outstanding OBC (Different Backward Class) leaders in Uttar Pradesh. 

For the BJP, the onboarding of Mr Singh and Akhilesh Yadav’s relative Aparna Yadav fixes the optics after a number of backward caste leaders stop the social gathering in latest weeks. 

UP will vote in seven phases from February 10. The votes can be counted on March 10.



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