Priyanka tells party cadres to work harder for success in Uttar Pradesh assembly polls

Congress general secretary asks party activists to join hands , says they should have the objective of striving round the clock to win the polls
Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra addressing party workers in Lucknow on Saturday. (PTI Photo)
Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra addressing party workers in Lucknow on Saturday. (PTI Photo)
Published on Jul 18, 2021 12:51 AM IST
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ByHT Correspondent, Lucknow

Emphasising that efforts were made to take the party organisation to the grassroots level in the past year and a half, Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Saturday said party workers should join hands and work harder to win the 2022 assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh.

“For the last one and a half years, our effort has been to take the Congress organisation to the grassroots level. We will get the ‘right’ results in the assembly elections only if all the partymen join hands and work harder for the next seven months,” she said, addressing party workers at the Uttar Pradesh Congress Committee headquarters here.

She said the party workers, whether new or the elders, should work together and strengthen the organisation at the booth level. They should have the objective of working round the clock to win the polls, she added.

Asserting that Congress workers were the first to reach wherever there was a problem, she said the party cadres worked to provide the maximum help to the people in their fight against Covid-19. The party workers should associate themselves with issues concerning the people, the Congress leader said.

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