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Priyanka vadra Gandhi, UP doesn't need outside leader but youth

Raebareli, Priyanka Gandhi: Priyanka Vadra Gandhi yet again launched attack at the Prime Minister Modi saying he is misleading the people of Uttar Pradesh. Priyanka Gandhi on Friday said the people need to differentiate between hollow promises and the one who wants to work for them.

She commented on the statement of the PM where he said that he will bring development in Uttar Pradesh as the state has adopted him and he is son of the state.

She said “After hearing this one thing came in my mind that to bring development do UP do Uttar Pradesh needs to adopt someone, is the state youth of Uttar Pradesh not capable enough to bring development here".

She said The Prime Minister Modi only condemns UP, she said Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav are the two youth who can bring development in the state.

She asserted on the outsider factor and the youth factor more while addressing her maiden rally in Uttar Pradesh when she said "Rahul abd Akhilesh have been representing the youth of Uttar Pradesh. They have UP in their heart and lives and UP doesn't need any other leader from outside. She said here every other youth can become a leader,"

Further she compared the demonetisation with the women harassment “I heard someone condemning in U P. He was saying that there is corruption, exploitation and anarchy in this state. He (Prime Minster Narendra Modi) also said that women and Dalits are being harassed here. He talks about women harassment in UP, but what about torture people had to face post demonetisation." She asks the question.

She lauded Akhilesh as a sincere, honest and hard working leader, Priyanka appealed the people to make Congress win the Uttar Pradesh polls,

Amethi Votes on February 23rd and Rae Bareli on February 27th  in the fourth and fifth phases of polling respectively.

Congress will be contesting on total 105 seats in the state with ally Samajwadi Party contesting from 298 out of a total of 403 seats.