Gujarat Assembly Elections 2017: Rahul Gandhi to start Congress' three-day campaign

Gujarat Assembly Elections 2017: Rahul Gandhi to start Congress' three-day campaign

Updated 01 Nov 2017 10:27 AM

Gujarat Assembly Elections 2017: Rahul Gandhi to start  Congress' three-day campaign 
Campaign for the high-stakes Gujarat Assembly polls is set to get shriller as political
heavyweights including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP president Amit Shah and Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi are scheduled to visit the state over the next four days.

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi will address a public rally in Gujarat's Bharuch on Wednesday. He would kick off his party's three-day campaign for south Gujarat from Wednesday. Rahul Gandhi would visit several villages and towns in tribal-dominated south Gujarat from November 1 to
3 as part of the Congress's 'Navsararjan Gujarat Yatra'.

The yatra would commence from Jambusar in Bharuch district and culminate in Surat on Friday. 

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