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Bro-sister duo toe Rafale line:Priyanka,Rahul hold jet cut-outs during Lucknow roadshows

Bro-sister duo toe Rafale line:Priyanka,Rahul hold jet cut-outs during Lucknow roadshows

Lucknow, Feb 11(UNI) The Rafale issue is yet to die down and even Priyanka Gandhi Vadra's road show in Lucknow had its glimpses here on Monday.



Congress president Rahul Gandhi, on top of a bus, held a cardboard cut-out of Rafale jet and was showing it to the crowd reminding them about the corruption of the BJP led government at the Centre.



On showing the cut-out of Rafale, the Congress workers on the road raised anti-BJP and anti- Modi slogans.



Meanwhile, huge swarm of party workers and Congress supporters that flogged around the bus of Priyanka Gandhi caused a huge traffic jam at all the points.



At Transport Nagar metro station, Amethi leaders displayed placards to welcome the trio - Priyanka Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and Jyotiraditya Scindia.

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