In a poll bound Bihar, Rahul Gandhi is all set to address a virtual rally: Ajay Kapoor

In a bid to revive the electoral fortunes of Congress in Bihar, Rahul Gandhi will address a virtual rally. Apprising the media of the congress preparedness for the Bihar assembly election, Party’s election in-charge and national secretary Ajay Kapoor said that from 1 to 21st September, the congress will conduct 100 virtual rallies throughout the state. Speaking further on campaign strategy he said that the party has also planned a virtual rally of the Rahul Gandhi which will be attended by more than 5 lakh people. Bihar Assembly Election: state approve funds for Investment Promotion Policy 2020

Taking a jibe at the current NDA government in the state, Kapoor alleged that the government has failed on every front whether it is Corona or recent floods. Stroking claims of congress revival in recent elections, Ajay Kapoor said that the people of Bihar want to change and are looking towards congress. Party workers and leaders will fight for the people with full vehement.

Elaborating further on the virtual rallies he said that each rally will be addressed by two national leaders, five state leaders, and 10 district-level leaders. To mobilize masses for this program a miss call campaign will also be launched.

On the question of seat distribution in the Grand Alliance, he reiterated that It is up to the high command to decide on such matters.

Aamir Khan

Aamir Khan is a student at the Centre for Chinese and South-east Asian Studies, JNU, New Delhi. He also works with Hasratein- a Delhi based queer collective. The current area of his academic interest lies in the study of the Chinese language and society.