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UP: Rahul's second road show from Monday
March 30, 2007 14:14 IST
All India Congress Committee member and Amethi MP Rahul Gandhi will hit the road in Uttar Pradesh's Bundelkhand region on Monday.
This will be Rahul's second road show in less than a fortnight.
He had toured parts of western UP -- where elections are due in phases one and three -- recently.
In his latest road show, the 37-year-old leader will tour Lalitpur, Jansi, Kanpur and Agra on April 2, 3 and 4. Elections in this district are due on April 7 during the first phase.
On April 2, Rahul will begin his road journey from Lalitpur with a jan sampark (public interaction programme). In the afternoon, he will address a public meeting at Gurusarai and reach Jhansi for another jan sampark in the evening.
On April 3, he will begin day two of his road show from Jhansi airport and reach Kanpur city in the afternoon.
On day three, Rahul will start his road show from IIT Grounds and address a series of meetings. In the afternoon, he will leave for Agra.
During his earlier road show, Rahul's observation that had any member of the Gandhi family been in power, the Babri structure would not have been demolished, had attracted a number of reactions from all quarters.