In Indian election, Gandhi sibling charms but may struggle to win votes

Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, a leader of India's main opposition Congress party and sister of the party president Rahul Gandhi, waves to her supporters during a roadshow in Lucknow, India, February 11, 2019. REUTERS/Pawan Kumar

AYODHYA, India (Reuters) – Priyanka Gandhi Vadra became the latest member of India’s storied Nehru-Gandhi dynasty to enter politics in January, but the boost she brings the opposition campaign may not turn the tide against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, polls show. After years of speculation, the charismatic Vadra joined Congress to help its leader, her […]

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