If a political party wants its rally to be successful, then a huge crowd should be present. But in the recent days, the rallies of Congress has witnessed a very negative response from the crowd. So to make its rally a success, Congress party has embraced two strategies.
Firstly, to lure the people by giving money so that they attend the rallies of Congress party. Secondly, to make photo shopped images and claim that the rallies were fully packed. In such an attempt, the Congress spokesperson Priyanka Chaturvedi used 2-month-old images and said that the rallies of Priyanka Vadra in Lucknow was a grand success.
The Congress party is currently fighting a lost battle in Uttar Pradesh after its ally Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samajwadi Party dumped it and denied to join hands in the state for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. That’s why the Congress party brought in Priyanka Vadra. But even her entry into politics seems like won’t turn the table around for the Congress party as her rally was poorly crowded.
So the Congress spokesperson Priyanka Chaturvedi used crowded images of last year from some other rallies and said that it was clicked during roadshow of Priyanka Vadra in Lucknow. Out of the 4 images posted by Priyanka Chaturvedi, the second image was of Telangana shot back in December 2018.
— अंकुर सिंह (@iAnkurSingh) February 11, 2019
Have a look at the below picture which was posted on December 4th from Telangana. The same image was used by Congress spokesperson to portray that Priyanka Vadra’s rally was a super hit.
— kakinada Talkies (@Kkdtalkies) December 4, 2018
Yesterday, the Congress party had even launched “Priyanka Sena” but even it went unnoticed and it failed to attract the public. Have a look at the video where a handful of men are seen supporting Priyanka Vadra Gandhi, wearing pink dress.
Priyanka Sena of just 5 people 😂😂😂
There are more people when a JCB is digging
— Srikanth 🇮🇳 (@srikanthbjp_) February 11, 2019
Many more such silly and dubious tricks can be anticipated from the Congress party in the days to come.