Assembly Elections: Rahul Gandhi to campaign for Maharashtra and Haryana candidates
New Delhi| The Congress is lagging behind in the Maharashtra and Haryana Assembly election campaign. While there are only 15 days left for campaigning, Congress President Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi, who are considered the face of the party, have not been seen in the political battle. Whereas, BJP has made considerable progress in the campaign in Maharashtra and Haryana. Rahul Gandhi will address many roadshows and rallies in both states from 10 to 19 October. These will be Rahul Gandhi's first election rallies after the Lok Sabha elections.
Although earlier it was believed that former Congress President Rahul Gandhi would start the Maharashtra campaign on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti on October 2 from the Gandhi Ashram in Wardha on his way to the post. Maharashtra Congress leaders were asked to prepare for the event, but Rahul's program was cancelled at the last moment.
Congress is going through a difficult period. Despite this, veteran Congress leaders have not yet entered the election campaign. There are only 15 days left for campaigning. There are a total of 288 assembly seats in Maharashtra and 90 in Haryana. While Rahul Gandhi will rally in both states from October 10 to October 19. In this way, Rahul will be able to give only 10 days in both states. In such a situation, it will not be easy for Rahul Gandhi to reach all the seats of both the states in such a short time.