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Rahul invited to take part in 'Pol Khol' campaign: Congress

Press Trust of India  |  Patna 

Congress has proposed a four-day 'Pol Khol' campaign to expose the failure of the NDA government on various fronts, state unit party President Chaudhary Mehboob Ali Kaiser told reporters here.

He said that the party has invited Gandhi and the Rural Development minister Jairam Ramesh to participate in it.

Kaiser said that public meetings will be held at Narkatiyaganj, Motihari, Muzaffarpur and Vaishali during the 'Pol Khol' campaign.

AICC in-charge Gulchain Singh Charak has spoken to the Gandhi and Ramesh to seek their attendance at the programme, he said.

The details about the proposed visit of the AICC general secretary and the Union minister has not been worked out as yet, Kaiser added.

About Press Council of India Chairman Markanday Katju's statement that the Chief Minister has lost goodwill of the people of Bihar as they had agitated against him and waved black flags during his 'Adhikar yatra', Kaiser said, Katju has rightly articulated the grievances of the people against the state government.

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First Published: Fri, October 19 2012. 19:25 IST