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Kerala Election: Rahul Gandhi chats with Auto driver highlights rise in fuel price crisis

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Sunday took an autorickshaw ride at two places in Kerala, on the Judgment Day of campaign for the April 6 Assembly polls, to highlight he rising fuel prices under the BJP-NDA rule.

Mr Gandhi, who addressed a campaign meeting at Nemom, Thiruvananthapuram in the evening, took an autorickshaw to the venue.

The constituency is witnessing a fierce triangular fight between the LDF, UDF and therefore the BJP.

K Muraleedharan, MP, is that the Congress-led UDF candidate at Nemom, the lone seat won by the BJP within the 2016 assembly polls.

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