Robert Vadra to join politics !

UP, 26/2 (AO Bureau): After Priyanka Gandhi in the politics of Uttar Pradesh, now her husband Robert Vadra may also have an early entry. This is being said because Robert Vadra himself has said that I will come into politics. Let us tell you that Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi has been active in the politics of Uttar Pradesh for quite some time and is busy preparing for the Vidhan Sabha elections to be held in 2022.

Robert Vadra visited the court of the famous Moti Dungri GaneshJi of Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan, first appeared and offered prayers on Friday. After this, during a conversation with the media, he said that everyone wants him to come into politics, but its time will also come. Vadra said that someone wants me to come from Moradabad and someone wants me to step into politics from Ghaziabad.
Keeping in mind the political equations of Uttar Pradesh, under the Congress’s soft Hindutva agenda, Priyanka Gandhi is seen visiting Shakubhunari Devi in ​​Saharanpur and Math-temples like Banke Bihari in Vrindavan with a bath in Sangam. At the same time, after meeting Hindu-Muslim, Sikh, Jat-Gurjar, and Nishad related to farmer fraternity, now Dalits have also started working to practice.
Priyanka Gandhi, the National General Secretary of the Congress and in-charge of Uttar Pradesh, is reaching Varanasi, the parliamentary constituency of Prime Minister Narendra Modi at 11 am on the occasion of Ravidas Jayanti on February 27. On the occasion of Priyanka Gandhi Ravidas Jayanti, she will visit the Sant Shiromani Guru Ravidas Temple at her birthplace Ghasi Tola on the banks of the Ganges in Varanasi. Where Priyanka Gandhi will not only see her in the temple of Sant Ravidas, attending the fair to be held on this occasion. Rather, they will meet the Dalit saints from all over the country and take prasad with them. However, this will not be the first time that Priyanka Gandhi will reach the Ravidas temple. Even before this, Priyanka Gandhi has gone to this Ravidas temple in Varanasi.

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