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Rahul Gandhi blames local leaders for Amethi defeat during Lok Sabha polls, says he will not abandon constituency

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On his first visit here after losing the Lok Sabha seat, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi Wednesday attributed his defeat to local leaders staying away from the people and assured he will not abandon the constituency, party functionaries said
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News video: Rahul Gandhi in Amethi: 'Opposition's work is fun and easy'

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Congress leader Rahul Gandhi visited Uttar Pradesh's Amethi first time after the party's loss in Lok Sabha election 2019. Rahul visited his constituency and spoke to the party workers. Rahul said Congress has to work as an opposition now.

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