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Want to bring back politics of service and truth: Priyanka


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Amethi (UP): Congress national general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Friday said that her party wants to bring back the politics of truth and service.

Addressing the public during a roadshow for Congress candidate from Amethi and close confidant of Nehru-Gandhi family, Kishori Lal Sharma, Priyanka said, “While Rahul Gandhi will contest from Rae Bareli, KL Sharma, who you know for the last 40 years, will contest from Amethi.”

She said, “He knows every nook and corner of Amethi and he also knows about the needs and problems of Amethi. He has served you people for 40 years. We will fight the election shoulder to shoulder and I hope that you will make him victorious.”

The Congress leader said that her party wants to bring back the politics of truth and service. “I will come back on May 6 and will stay here till the end.

“While the other candidates contest on the basis of money power, we will contest the poll on the power of the public. We will contest elections for you so that your development takes place. We want to give a message to the country that we want politics of service,” she said.

From Fursatganj, Priyanka directly reached Amethi and participated in the roadshow of KL Sharma. Former Chief Minister of Rajasthan Ashok Gehlot was also present on the occasion.

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