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Priyanka Gandhi believes BJP cannot win 180 seats without altering EVMs

by Sub Editor - Apr 17 168 Views 0 Comment
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Priyanka Gandhi, a Congress General Secretary from India, currently campaigning in Uttar Pradesh's Saharanpur for the forthcoming Indian general elections this year, shares a belief that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) cannot secure more than 180 seats without altering Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs). She expressed this view to reporter ANI, raising valid questions about the BJP's ambitious target of over 400 seats.


The Congress party leader stated that the BJP has been in power for a long time and is still trying to determine if they can win back over 400 seats. She believes that if the polls in this country are transparent and there is no EVM manipulation, the BJP will earn at most 150 mandates.


Priyanka Gandhi states the significance of their issues in this election as a representative of the people's vision. She criticises the BJP for neglecting crucial problems such as unemployment, inflation, and the real-life issues of farmers and poverty regarding women, thereby making the audience feel that their concerns are being acknowledged.


In an address by RS of Congress, she stated that people are demanding a change and that no development has occurred in the last ten years, which shows that PM Modi is disconnected from the Indian people.


Priyanka Gandhi also questioned the transparency of the electoral bond system and asked why it is considered transparent. She criticised the BJP for claiming to be a corruption-free government while also being corrupt.


The Congress General Secretary tweeted through the official Congress handle, expressing her gratitude for the love and support of the people of Saharanpur. She believes the upcoming change will replace unknown unemployment and inflation with the vision of change for disappointed people.


According to Rahul Gandhi, leader of the Indian National Congress, and Akhilesh Yadav of Samajwadi Party, there is a growing wave of pro-opposition INDIA or anti-incumbent sentiment among the populace, and the BJP will not be able to recover 150 seats next year.

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