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Rahul Gandhi's failures - Pioneer
In pure electoral terms, Rita Bahuguna Joshi's departure from the Congress may not significantly impact the party's prospects in the 2017 Assembly election in Uttar Pradesh. The Congress's position is so bleak that the loss (or even gain) of a handful of seats due to Joshi's decision will make no difference to the imminent defeat staring the party in the face. But it is certainly a boost to the Bharatiya Janata Party which is seeking to regain power in the State after a gap of nearly 20 years.
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