Robert Vadra changed his mind! Can contest election from this seat not from Bareilly, self disclosure – India TV Hindi

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Robert Vadra, the husband of Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi, has suddenly become active in the midst of Lok Sabha elections 2024. Vadra, who usually stays away from the media, is now openly talking about politics and has expressed his desire to contest elections continuously. When asked if he would replace Rahul Gandhi as the Congress candidate from Amethi, he did not deny. Now he has also indicated to contest elections from Haryana.

Asked about his role in politics, Vadra said, “If the Congress party feels that I can bring change, I am ready to enter active politics. It is not necessary that I contest from Amethi, I will contest from Moradabad.” I can also contest elections from Haryana.” I can contest the elections.” Importantly, Vadra himself has named Moradabad, while speculations were being made in the media about Amethi.

The country wants to see me in active politics.

Robert Vadra said that I believe that we should not discriminate and stay away from the politics of religion. PM Modi should understand people’s problems and think how we can move forward on the path of development. I don’t have my family distinction. Consider it a secular country whenever I have worked for people, it has given me strength.

Suspense over Congress candidate in Amethi and Rae Bareli

Amethi and Rae Bareli seats have always been strongholds of the Gandhi family. Rahul Gandhi faced defeat in Amethi in 2019. After this, Congress is looking for a new face here. Also in 2019, Rae Bareli was the only seat in UP, where the Congress won. Sonia Gandhi was the MP from here for many decades. Now she has refused to contest Lok Sabha elections citing health and age and has moved to Rajya Sabha from Rajasthan. In such a situation, the Congress is facing the challenge of finding candidates for both the seats.

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