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Revenue records and stamp paper agreements listing the sale of land parcels in Amipur show that between 2006 and 2008, Robert Vadra purchased around 45 acres in Amipur while Priyanka purchased 5 acres.
“The source of funds for this or any other property acquired by Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has no relationship whatsoever with Shri Robert Vadra’s finances,” the statement said.
Priyanka, Rahul slam PM on his ‘Varanasi, UP has adopted me’ line; say state doesn’t need empty promises
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Uttar Pradesh elections 2017: Priyanka Gandhi will accompany her brother at rallies in Uttar Pradesh’s Hathgaon, Rae Bareli and Maharajganj districts.
While Irani’s effort to drag Priyanka into a petty political battle may be deemed as petulant behavior, all eyes are currently on Priyanka who is campaigning in Raebareli
While Priyanka may have decided against a full-fledged campaign, she has been credited with doing much of the back-end work for the on-going seven-phase election.
“Priyanka has been of tremendous help to me and I have been so to her; if she campaigns or not is her choice. She is an asset to Congress,” Rahul Gandhi said.
Stating that the “BJP has insulted India’s womanhood”, Congress communication department head Randeep Surjewala demanded an apology from Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah.
Katiyar, however, refused to oblige the opponent saying he hasn’t said anything wrong and there is no question of apology.
“Remarks of both Vinay Katiyar and Sharad Pawar are totally unacceptable. Condemn it,” said Naidu.
“There are several prettier ladies than Priyanka Gandhi who are star campaigners,” said BJP MP Vinay Katiyar.
Priyanka Gandhi Vadra met local party leaders, enjoyed a stroll at the sprawling Anand Bhavan premises and visited the Kamla Nehru Hospital before returning to New Delhi.
The Congress got a fillip in poll-bound Uttar Pradesh (UP) with Priyanka Gandhi agreeing to campaign for the party ahead of the assembly polls early next year.