Yogi Adityanath to take the fight to Rahul Gandhi in Gujarat

Yogi Adityanath to take the fight to Rahul Gandhi in Gujarat

Besides, he told the leaders to spur prospective candidates into action so that they address meetings and take up other activities to connect with voters well in advance rather than await an announcement on the date of polls. With only a few days left both the parties are trying hard to lure the voters to their side.

He exhorted the people to make Gujarat "Congress mukt" (free from Congress). Also, the campaigning of Congress is getting successful rapidly on the social media as well as among the voter. After the event, while on his way out of the Town Hall, Rahul Gandhi stepped into the ladies toilet.

In order to counterattack the Congress campaigning, BJP has chose to project Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath as the new Hindutva icon pan-India by the Sangh and BJP. "How the party should face the elections, what should be the strategy - all this was discussed in the meeting". He has enough experience in the party as also in government. The Gandhi scion also targeted the BJP president Amit Shah over recent controversy concerning his son Jay Shah.

Congress Vice-president Rahul Gandhi fell into critical embarrassment where he entered the ladies toilet in Gujarat, of course, accidentally. "He will be one of our star campaigners in the elections". "It is knee-deep in corruption", the Uttar Pradesh CM said. Yogi said that Gujarat has made quite a difference in the last two decades.

Addressing a programme organised by Aaj Tak channel, he said Congress leaders P Chidambaram and Shashi Tharoor had yesterday written a letter to the prime minister on Rohingya Muslims, favouring their entry into India.

"I have come here to apprise you about the reality of Gujarat's development as recently Congress' prince (Rahul Gandhi) had tried to confuse you". He further added that Modi has initiated the making of new India which will benefit everyone in the long run. "Had they developed the nation, then why would Prime Minister Narendra Modi be required to launch Bullet Train between Ahmedabad and Mumbai?" he said.

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His remarks came in the wake of Gandhi's jibe at the RSS, suggesting discrimination against women in the organisation.

"During his visit to Gujarat, Rahul Gandhi interacted with people from all walks of life, including students and traders".

"They (Congress) are not supporters of development, but of devastation". Rahul Gandhi is eyeing to dethrone the ruling BJP in Gujarat. In addition, the BJP is focusing on the rural seats of the state through the Gujarat Gaurav Yatra.

Asked if there will be contenders against Rahul Gandhi for the party president's post, Moily said, "It's not an answer I should give you". Projecting Yogi as the Hindutva icon and bringing him to campaign for BJP might be beneficial for the party.

"Today, there are only two Lok Sabha members from Uttar Pradesh, but in 2019 there won't be a single Congress MP in the Lok Sabha".

Once a Gujarat was known as the fort of BJP but now the party is rapidly losing its grip in the state there is no excuse for accepting this. The political environment in Gujarat is heating up due to the upcoming assembly elections.

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