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Congress planning to undertake a bus yatra in all 13 districts of AP

Congress planning to undertake a bus yatra in all 13 districts of AP
Congress planning to undertake a bus yatra in all 13 districts of AP

Reportedly after being unable to make a deposit in Andhra Pradesh in the 2014 elections following the seething anger over bifurcation of the state, the Congress party is gearing up with new vigour for the 2019 Assembly and Lok Sabha elections. Meanwhile with Priyanka Gandhi’s official entry into the party and with hopes of revival in the state, the Congress is in high spirits and it has decided to contest the state Assembly and Lok Sabha polls alone this time.

Further explaining this, AICC general secretary Ommen Chandy who has been appointed in-charge of AP affairs for the upcoming elections, said "The Congress Party will contest all 175 assembly and 25 Lok Sabha seats. We allied with the TDP only at the national level. So, we will contest alone in the state, without an alliance," he said, addressing the media, along with APCC Chief Raghuveera Reddy.  

Congress planning to undertake a bus yatra in all 13 districts of AP

Moreover the YSR Congress was quick to comment that the Congress and TDP have done match fixing. They say that it could be a trick to "fool people into believing that they are not together." Reportedly on the other hand, Congress going solo could also eat into the vote bank of YSR Congress, which is its main worry. Apparently the Congress Committee will meet again on January 31st to plot their further course of action for the elections.

Congress planning to undertake a bus yatra in all 13 districts of AP
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