Lok Sabha election results in 2019: Rahul Gandhi heading for record-breaking victory margin in Wayanad
Kalpetta: Rahul Gandhi is going on Thursday for a record-
breaking margin against his nearest rival CPI P. P. Suner in the
Wayanad Lok Sabha
of the roads in front of
the counting centers are deserted in this hill city.
In the process of counting of votes, Gandhi established the lead
of more than
three lakh votes,
which was probably the biggest
the difference in the Lok Sabha elections in the state.
Local leaders gathered in the DCC office and burst crackers in
the anticipation of a big win and greeted the Congress chief and slogans shouting.
according to the latest
trends, there was a feeling of
disappointment with the senior leaders of the Congress-led UPA
the government in poor performance in other states.
Gandhi is contesting on the second seat from Wayanad Lok
Sabha constituency settled
in the Western
traditional stronghold of Amethi.
According to the Election Commission, the Congress chief is behind BJP’s Smriti Irani in Amethi
As soon as
the record mark of three lakhs, the
biggest Congress candidate for the Lok Sabha elections in Kerala,
Congress workers procured from the DCC office, Rajiv Bhawan, to
the counting center of SKMJ High School at SKMJ High School.
Some of them marched in the city of Kalpetta holding a flag of Congress.
A separate group of workers of the Indian Union Muslim League was seen waving their green flag on two-wheelers.
After filing of nomination from Wayanad seat, Rahul Gandhi’s
roadshow saw a large number of Muslim League flags, with BJP
President Amit Shah comparing Wayanad in Pakistan, making a
Congress workers said that they are happy that they can ensure
a glorious win
express disappointment at the
party’s disappointing performance in other parts of the country.
“You are watching Rahul wave in entire Kerala,” AICC member and former Kerala minister P. Of Jayalakshmisaid extended the counting of votes.
The Congress-led UDF is the leader in most of the 20 constituencies in the state.
Expressing frustration over the poor performance of the
Congress-led UPA in other states, former MLA and Congress
leader KC Rosakutty teacher alleged that BJP-led NDA got
manipulated by all the institutions, including Election Commission
DCC general secretary G. Vijayamma teacher said that party
workers worked hard in three assembly constituencies in
Wayanad and Malappuram districts and seven Assembly
constituencies in Kozhikode district to ensure victory breaks for