'Pls don't do this inside temple, at least spare this place,' an upset Priyanka Gandhi tells a cameraman

New Delhi, News24 Bureau, May 16: Congress General Secretary(Eastern UP) Priyanka Gandhi held a roadshow in Varanasi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's home constituency on Wednesday evening.

While offering prayers at Kaal Bhairav Temple after her road show Priyanka Gandhi asked a camera-person to remain outside the temple and not disrespect the feelings as he was clicking her pictures continuously and this upset Priyanka no end. "Mandir ke andar thoda to lehaj rakhiye," she said.

In fact, Priyanka Gandhi is a star-campaigner in this general elections and all her videos are going viral as her way of dealing with the situation is very unique and captivating. 

Just a day ago she was seen winning hearts in Punjab as she was seen speaking in Punjabi and invoking her Punjabi roots as she is married to a Punjabi, Robert Vadra.

The video went viral.

Previously also, on Tuesday, one of her videos of Indore where she is seen getting out of her car and shaking hands with the BJP workers who are seen shouting 'Modi Modi' and wishing them all luck.

In a big show of strength in Varanasi Gandhi held a 6 km-long roadshow passed through almost the same route of PM Modi’s on April 25.

The procession wound its way through the temple town. Priyanka Gandhi, dressed in a red saree waved at the large crowd which had gathered on both sides of the roads. Gandhi was accompanied by Congress candidate Ajay Rai and Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel.

Priyanka Gandhi also offered prayers at the Kanshi Vishawnath temple and met saints in the town. This was Priyanka Gandhi's second visit to Varanasi since she was appointed Congress general secretary and in-charge of eastern Uttar Pradesh.

She had last visited Varanasi in March for her 'Ganga Yatra' when she undertook a boat ride from Balua Ghat Ramnagar to Dashashwamedh Ghat.

Polling will be held in 13 constituencies, including Varanasi, in the seventh phase of elections on May 19.

New24 Bureau with Agencies

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