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Election Commission (EC) officials on Monday checked a helicopter carrying Congress leader Rahul Gandhi 2024

Election Commission (EC) officials on Monday checked a helicopter carrying Congress leader Rahul Gandhi

Election Commission (EC) officials on Monday : Gandhi was visiting his parliamentary constituency

Gandhi was visiting his parliamentary constituency, Wayanad in Kerala, where he was to participate in several road shows and public meetings. Later, as part of his two-day visit of the state, he hosted a road performance in Wayanad, where the previous head of Congress arrived.

Coincidentally, today, April 15, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in Kerala as part of his electoral campaign. He is expected to attend a second election rally in Thrissur after attending one in the state capital of Thiruvananthapuram.

Election Commission (EC) officials on Monday
Election Commission (EC) officials on Monday

Gandhi is contesting the Lok Sabha elections from Wayanad on April 26 for the second consecutive term.

Election Commission (EC) officials on Monday : Rahul Gandhi is scheduled to attend a United Democratic Front (UDF) rally

Apart from attending several campaign events in his constituency, Rahul Gandhi is scheduled to attend a United Democratic Front (UDF) rally in Kerala’s northern district of Kozhikode in the evening.

Later on Wednesday, Rahul Gandhi held a big road show in Wayanad. Thousands of party workers and supporters reached Sultan Bathery in Wayanad for a road show.

From an open vehicle, Rahul Gandhi waved to the crowd amid slogans in support of him and the Congress party.

Election Commission (EC) officials on Monday
Election Commission (EC) officials on Monday

The Congress MP arrived in the state on a two-day visit and will also address a United Democratic Front (UDF) rally in Kozhikode in the evening and participate in several programs in his constituency.

Election Commission (EC) officials on Monday : Lok Sabha elections on April 26

Kerala, all 20 of which are scheduled to vote in the second phase of Lok Sabha elections on April 26, witnessed high-voltage political activities on Monday, with Prime Minister Rahul Gandhi is contesting against CPI’s Annie Raja and BJP’s state president K Surendran.

Election Commission (EC) officials on Monday
Election Commission (EC) officials on Monday

In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, Rahul Gandhi won from Wayanad by a huge margin of over 4.31 lakh votes; The biggest difference in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections is in Kerala. He secured 64.94 percent vote share, defeating LDF candidate PP Suneer. The NDA had fielded BDJ(S) leader Thushar Vellappally, who secured around 78,000 votes, a mere 7.25 per cent.

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