Imran Pratapgarhi The Poet , The MP & One Of The Most Sought After Star Campaigner Of INDIA Alliance

As the Lok Sabha election fervour sets in a new crop of young leaders emerge. One of the most prominent leaders from the Congress, and its star-campaigner, Imran Pratapgarhi—a Rajya Sabha MP and chairperson of the AICC Minority Department—is much sought after for his immaculate oratory.

As a popular poet, Imran Pratapgarhi has the uncanny ability to hold large audiences in rap attention. Candidates from various constituencies across the country have requested him to campaign for them. These include, Ramtek, Nagpur and Chandrapur in Maharashtra, Kairana, Amroha, Rampur, and Bijnor in Uttar Pradesh, Sikar, Jaipur Rural, Bharatpur, and Barmer-Jaisalmer in Rajasthan, Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh, Katihar, Kishangarh in Bihar, Udhampur in Jammu, Allapuzha in Kerala, Nellore in Andhra Pradesh, and Lakshadweep.

Even candidates from other INDIA alliance partners are keen that Imran Pratapgarhi addresses their constituencies. For instance, the Samajwadi Party candidates in Moradabad, Muzzaffarnagar, Sabhal, Dhaurahara, and Budaun in Uttar Pradesh and the RJD candidate in Araria, in Bihar have requested him to campaign for them.

More candidates are in the fray to seek his time as the election campaign progresses.
As a member of the manifesto and publicity committees of the Congress party, Imran Pratapgarhi has worked extensively with people from diverse backgrounds across the country.

Further, as a youngster himself, he resonates well with the youth and has the knack to connect with them. As the chairperson of the AICC Minority Department, he has delegated observers to constituencies with sizeable minority populations as an outreach initiative and to propagate the Congress party’s vision. With a whirlwind schedule and rising popularity across the country, Imran Pratapgarhi is toiling tirelessly to empower democratic forces and ensure the INDIA alliance forms the government.

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