With Congress President Rahul Gandhi went to his Lok Sabha voting demographic Amethi on Monday, a poster war has started nearby. A notice demonstrating Rahul as Ram and Prime Minister Narendra Modi as Ravana has prompted a debate in front of the Congress President’s visit.

Gone for the 2019 Lok Sabha decisions, the message on the publication peruses: “Rahul roop mein bhagwan Ram ka avatar, 2019 mein ayega Rahul Raj. (Rahul is the incarnation of Lord Ram, Rahul Raj will be seen in 2019).”

Another publication indicates Rahul as Lord Krishna with a message: “Sangharsh se Vijay ki or chal diye  maharathi(the warrior has started the voyage).”

This is Rahul’s first visit to Amethi in the wake of assuming responsibility as the party cheif. He is probably going to hold roadshows at about seven places in Amethi. He will achieve Salon through Rae Bareli at around 12.30 pm and address general society at Salon Nagar Panchayat. From Salon, he will continue to Amethi, and after that go to Munshiganj visitor house.

On January 16, at around 10.30 am, Rahul is probably going to collaborate with the general population at Musafirkhana, and afterward continue to Jais, Jagdishpur and Mohanganj.

Gathering laborers have arranged a fabulous gathering in Amethi. “People of Amethi are quite excited about the visit of Rahul Gandhi. This is the first Amethi visit of Rahul Gandhi after he became the Congress president. People are looking forward to welcome him,” senior UP Congress leader Akhilesh Singh said.

Congress representative Amar Nath said the new party president knows the state well. “He has a personal rapport with party leaders and workers in Uttar Pradesh… We are ready to work hard with him in the field,” he said.

“The Congress will definitely work out ways and means to galvanise the party in Uttar Pradesh in order to make a big impact in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls,” he added.

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