Congress president Sonia Gandhi today wrote a letter to supporters following her absence in the campaign during the ongoing Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections 2017.
Congress president Sonia Gandhi today wrote a letter to supporters following her absence in the campaign during the ongoing Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections 2017. In her letter addressed to the supporters, Sonia said she was absent from the campaign because of the “some reasons”. She said it was a matter of pride for both herself and her family to be representing Raebareli and Amethi.
She gave all credits to her supporters saying that whatever she was today was because of them (supporters). She called Raebareli and Amethi the biggest assets of her life and said the special bond.
Taking a dig at Bharatiya Janata Party, she said it was painful for her to see that the Government in the Centre was purposely trying to deprive the people of various welfare programmes. She said Modi government was one of a kind working against people’s interest and weakening them. In her letter, Sonia accused Modi government of working in favour of a handful of people and said that it was only the rich who were benefiting from policies and programmes of the Centre.
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Sonia Gandhi said all these reasons have made this election an important one. She added that NDA government has only disappointed its voters since 2014. Taking a dig at demonetisation, she said ended up taking away the honest earnings of the people.
To maintain its position at the Centre, the Modi goverment can go up to any extent, Sonia claimed. People in all sects of life are unhappy given the government’s incompetency to meet basic problems.
Before ending her letter, Sonia requested her supporters to vote for Congress to make it win with a majority so that it would gives her strength to work for people’s welfare.