Don’t be afraid, work round the clock to win Assembly polls: Priyanka Gandhi to Congress workers

Conference general secretary Priyanka Gandhi on Saturday encouraged party workers not to be “scared” and work around the clock to win Assembly Hall of Uttar Pradesh election next year.

The congressional leader, who has held meetings with party members since she arrived here on Friday, told congressional staffers at party headquarters, “If the organization is seen today, it’s up to you. If the Congress has come to discuss it, it’s because of you.”

You should all be proud that the organization is present in all panchayat and training programs are being held in all districts, after which gram panchayat grant committees will be formed, she said.

“I ask all of you from today until the election to aim to work 24 hours, without stopping or fearing. You must march strong and win the election.” she said.

Leaders of the Congress asked the workers of the party to relate to the problems of people, their struggles and emotions.

“When you connect with it and include new people in the organization and bring senior leadership along, only then can we fight this battle together,” she said.

She also said party workers would be disciplined.

“You have to win elections but don’t forget that discipline is also essential to fighting,” she said.

While, UP congress in a series of tweets criticizing the state government for its crimes against women.

“The BJP government has become synonymous with crimes against women. The women of the state will for the time being respond appropriately to the anti-women government,” the UP Congress said.

State Parliament spokesman Ashok Singh also praised Priyanka’s visit to SP workers who were allegedly attacked by BJP activists during the panchayat bloc chief election.

“Be it Hathras, Sonbhadra in the past and Lakhimpur Kheri in the present, she was the first leader to meet members of families affected by the tragedy,” he said.


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