Priyanka celebrates Congress Karnataka’s victory in Shimla and visited iconic Coffee House on the Mall road

Congress party leader Priyanka Gandhi celebrated the party’s spectacular victory in Karnataka by strolling at The Mall, Shimla, and sipping a cup of coffee with senior party leaders including Chief Minister Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu and party President Pratibha Singh.

Ms Gandhi who was at Jakhu temple in the morning offering prayers at lord Hanuman Mandir turned up with  Chief Minister Thakur Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu along with Deputy Chief Minister Mukesh Agnihotri and MP and State Congress President Pratibha Singh took a stroll at The Mall, Shimla on Saturday.

Priyanka Gandhi interacted with the local people there and also took selfies with them.

Cabinet Ministers, MLAs and office bearers, and workers of Congress accompanied them on this occasion.

Ms. Gandhi also went to Indian Coffee House where she enjoyed a cup of coffee with all accompanied party leaders in relaxing moments. 

Party leaders heard saying that the cup of coffee was due to them from Ms. Gandhi as state leaders are on a winning streak against the BJP which claims itself world’s largest Political outfit.

Party also won the Assembly Election in Himachal Pradesh in December last year and recently grand old party dominated in Shimla MC Poll. 

Before this state unit had won the four Election in Parliamentary Constituency in Mandi, Arki, Shahapur, and Jubal Kotkhai Assembly by-poll. 

Priyanka Gandhi Vadra shifted to a newly built cottage among the thick Deodar forest at Charabra near Rastrapati Niwas, the Retreat. But it is the first informal visit to Mall Road of Ms Gandhi however she address a few Election rallies in Himachal Pradesh last year.

Visit to the Indian Coffee House of Ms. Gandhi is also historic as her great grandfather and first Prime Minister Pt Jawaharlal Nehru are pioneers in setting up the Coffee house workers society and had sipped cup of coffee in Shimla. The coffee house society was set up on Pt Jawaharlal Nehru’s behalf as he opposed the corporatization of it after the Britishers left India. 

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