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NEW DELHI — Searching for to reinforce the morale of his birthday celebration’s staff, Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday requested them not to be disheartened via “faux” go out ballot effects and prompt them to stick alert and vigilant.
His enchantment to staff got here an afternoon after opposition events raised considerations over experiences of alleged tampering of EVMs and requested the Election Commission to verify transparency in counting.
Gandhi requested the employees to imagine in themselves and the Congress.
“The following 24 hours are very an important. Keep alert and vigilant. Don’t be scared. You’re combating for the reality. Don’t be disheartened via the propaganda of pretend go out polls. Consider in your self and the Congress. Your onerous paintings is not going to cross to waste. Jai Hind,” he stated in a tweet in Hindi.
कांग्रेस पार्टी के प्रिय कार्यकर्ताओं ,
अगले 24 घंटे महत्वपूर्ण हैं। सतर्क और चौकन्ना रहें। डरे नहीं। आप सत्य के लिए लड़ रहे हैं । फर्जी एग्जिट पोल के दुष्प्रचार से निराश न हो। खुद पर और कांग्रेस पार्टी पर विश्वास रखें, आपकी मेहनत बेकार नहीं जाएगी।
— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) May 22, 2019
On Monday, Congress normal secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra issued a equivalent message, asking birthday celebration staff not to be disheartened via “rumours” and go out ballot effects. She additionally prompt them to be alert at their respective robust rooms and counting centres.
Issuing a recorded audio message for Congress staff, she stated they must now not fall prey to “rumours and go out ballot traits which can be being promoted to undermine the spirits of Congress individuals”.
“Don’t be disheartened via rumours and go out polls. Those are crafted to undermine your spirits. As a result of all this your alertness turns into all of the extra vital. Be for your guard in robust rooms and counting centres. We’re positive our and your onerous paintings will endure fruit,” Priyanka Gandhi stated within the message.
Maximum go out polls have predicted a majority for the BJP-led NDA, leaving the UPA a ways in the back of.