NEW DELHI: The Congress party, content with the recent Lok Sabha election results in Uttar Pradesh, announced a ‘Dhayawaad Yatra‘ from June 11 to 15. The yatra aims to reach all 403 assembly constituencies in the state, expressing gratitude to the public and conveying messages from Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi the information was shared by the party’s general secretary and Uttar Pradesh in-charge, Avinash Pande.

Addressing the media on Friday, Pande said that the party’s Political Affairs Committee had reviewed the Lok Sabha election results for each constituency. The Congress contested 17 seats in the state, winning six, while the alliance it was part of secured victory on 43 seats. During the review meeting, nine proposals were passed, including those concerning women’s rights.
Pande highlighted the impact of Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra, stating that it had resonated with the public. He emphasized that the people of Uttar Pradesh had fulfilled their responsibilities admirably, amidst perceived threats to the Constitution. Despite limited resources, Congress workers and officials had put in tremendous effort, resulting in significant changes in the state.

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