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Lok Sabha Election 2019 LIVE Updates: Rahul, Priyanka's joint rally in Uttar Pradesh; Azam Khan's sexist remark against Jaya Prada stirs row

Firstpost Monday, 15 April 2019
Lok Sabha Election 2019 LIVE Updates: With the second phase of polling a few days away, political leaders have their campaign rallies planned all across the country - Rahul Gandhi is expected to travel to Gujarat, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh and Kerala; Amit Shah is expected to address three rallies in Gujarat; Priyanka Gandhi to address party workers in Amethi and host a joint rally with Rahul in Fatehpur Sikri. Meanwhile, a day after Azam Khan stoked a controversy with his 'khaki underwear' remark, the Samajwadi Party leader Monday clarified that he was not referring to actor and BJP candidate Jaya Prada in his election speech, and that he will not contest polls if proven guilty, news agency ANI reported.
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