Before starting the road show, she offered ‘puja’ at the Congress office where her son-in-law Robert Vadra and grandson Rehan were also present.
The former Congress president is aiming for a fifth victory from the parliamentary constituency, in a straight contest against Dinesh Pratap Singh, who recently joined the BJP after quitting her party.
Sonia Gandhi reminded reporters about the 2004 parliamentary elections, when most observers falsely predicted that the Atal Bihari Vajpayee-led NDA will return to power.
Along the road show route, enthusiastic Congress workers from all assembly segments under the Amethi Lok Sabha seat came out in strength to support her.
Sonia Gandhi, 72, clad in a red handloom saree and bearing a tilak on her forehead, came out of her SUV to wave at the crowd.
Braving the sun, Congress supporters had waited along Kutchery Road since the morning.