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While Modi is defying tradition to storm into the constituency of his chief rival, Congress insiders say that even party chief Sonia Gandhi might join her razing army on the front on Monday to give the prospects of her son one last push.
The Aam Aadmi Party, too, will have its star campaigners bolstering the campaign of Kumar Vishwas which, of late, has got mired in the tangle of attacks and FIRs.
Even BJP top brass in the state was taken unawares when word reached them on Friday evening about Modi's rally right in Amethi. When TOI reached the rally ground on Saturday, top state BJP leaders were found running around to make arrangements.
"It's a big battle and neither side wants to yield even an inch," was the feeling among party workers in both Congress and BJP camps. They admit that the fact that Modi chose to take the battle right into Rahul's territory shows the intensity of the fight as it is an accepted norm that top leaders do not generally campaig