Congress Chief Rahul Gandhi likely to visit Amethi later this month

Congress President Rahul Gandhi is likely to visit Amethi Lok Sabha Seat later this month, party sources claimed on Tuesday. This will Rahul Gandhi’s first visit to Amethi, almost a month after it faced a crushing defeat in the national polls from Gandhi families stronghold Amethi.

However, the date of Rahul Gandhi’s proposed visit is yet to be finalized. ‘The party is working on the dates for Congress President Rahul Gandhi’s visit Amethi’, sources further claimed.

While days after Congress President lost to BJP Leader Smriti Irani, Party has tasked Kishore Lal Verma and Zubair Khan to deliberate upon the reasons poll debacle in Amethi. Both the Leaders are the part of the review team who been tasked to hold meetings with Block Pramukhs and Heads of Panchayats.

Congress President Rahul Gandhi had on Monday took oath as Wayanad MP on the very first day of 17th Lok Sabha Session.

Minutes before taking oath as a member of the 17th Lok Sabha, Rahul Gandhi on Monday tweeted that it’s my 4th consecutive term as a Member of the Lok Sabha begins today.

‘Representing Wayanad, Kerala, I begin my new innings in Parliament by taking my oath this afternoon, affirming that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the Constitution of India’, he said in a tweet on Monday.

READ: Congress President Rahul Gandhi takes oath as Wayanad MP in Lok Sabha

Rahul Gandhi won the Lok Sabha Polls with a heavy margin of over 4.30 Lakh votes from Wayanad Lok Sabha Seat. He defeated his opponent PP Sunner of CPI-M in the recently held national polls. However, Gandhi lost its stronghold Amethi by 55,000 votes by BJP‘s Smriti Irani.

Rahul Gandhi had on June 7 visited his new Lok Sabha constituency Wayanad. In his three day visit to Wayanad, Rahul Gandhi thanks voters for electing him.

Earlier on Thursday last week, Priyanka Gandhi visited Rae Bareli along with her mother and UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi. During the visit, she came down heavily at the party workers for not working in favor of the party in the general elections.

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