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Most awaited entry in Indian politics: Prashant Kishor on Priyanka's appointment


New Delhi, Jan 23: Strategist Prashant Kishor on Wednesday hailed Priyanka Gandhi's entry into active politics as one of the "most awaited entries in Indian politics.

Kishor took to Twitter and Congratulated Priyanka Gandhi saying that it was"real news" that Priyanka "finally decided to take plunge".

Most awaited entry in Indian politics: Prashant Kishor on Priyankas appointment

"One of the most awaited entries in Indian politics is finally here! While people may debate the timing, exact role and position, to me, the real news is that she finally decided to take the plunge! Congratulations and best wishes to Priyanka Gandhi," Kishor said in a tweet.

From Nehru to Priyanka, journey of the Gandhi family in the Congress

He had worked with the Congress in Uttar Pradesh as a poll strategist before joining the Janata Dal (United).

Ending years of speculation, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra formally entered politics Wednesday with the Congress appointing her general secretary for Uttar Pradesh East in a move reflecting the party's intent to go full throttle in the state ahead of the general elections.

The appointment is being seen as a masterstroke which will boost the morale of party workers in a state where Congress influence has been waning over the years and where the Samajwadi Party and the Bahujan Samaj Party have announced a tie-up.

Priyanka Gandhi, who turned 47 on January 12, will assist her brother and Congress president Rahul Gandhi in the Hindi heartland state, which has 80 Lok Sabha seats, the largest of any state in the country.

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