She said the party has fielded such candidates who have struggled for seeking justice in Uttar Pradesh and the party wants them to come to the forefront and be a part of power in the state.
“With 40 percent women and 40 percent youth, we hope to start a new kind of politics in Uttar Pradesh,”she said.
“Our list gives a new message. We want to tell those who have struggled for their rights and for seeking justice in the past, that they have the power to fight for their rights and the Congress party will give that power to them to be a part of power in the state,” Vadra also said.
The AICC general secretary in-charge for Uttar Pradesh did not answer whether she will contest the elections herself.