Crowd welcomes Rahul Gandhi with ‘Modi Modi’ chants at Shree Ranchhodji Temple in Gujarat

DAKOR: In his effort to woo voters ahead of the second and last phase of Gujarat Assembly polls, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi checked out the Shree Ranchhodji Temple here, on Sunday.When Rahul made the exit, the crowd welcomed him with chants of ‘Modi Modi’.

This, however, did not prevent the Congress vice president as he kept walking with a smile on his face.Rahul went to the

temple ahead of a series of rallies that he would be keeping in the state today. He will likewise provide prayers at Shamlaji Temple too.The political celebrations have started campaigning for the 2nd phase of Gujarat assembly to be held on December 14.

The very first phase was hung on December 9 for 83 assembly constituencies.

The Congress scion, while resolving a public rally later in the day, stated, “Do not use improper words for the Prime Minister. You are a member of Congress celebration, use sweet words and chase them.”

Gandhi guaranteed he would not use even one “galat shabd” (incorrect word) versus him because he appreciates the post of the prime minister.Gandhi, who began

his second day of campaigning for the 2nd phase of survey scheduled for December 14, stated he has gained from the history of the Congress and the tradition of celebration leaders like Mahatma Gandhi and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel that one must “defeat his enemy with love”. “Modi ji utilizes wrong words regarding me, talks senseless things, and did as soon as in today’s speech. I wish to inform everybody from both the BJP and the Congress that Rahul Gandhi appreciates the position of the prime minister.”Nevertheless offensive words the prime minister uses about me, Rahul Gandhi is not going to state a single incorrect word regarding the prime minister, “he stated, resolving a survey rally in Kalol.” And in Gujarat, we are going to defeat

you with love, Modi ji,”quipped Gandhi, who is set to assume the reins of the Congress in a few days from now.Exuding confidence that his celebration would dismiss the BJP from power in Gujarat, Gandhi stated the Congress federal government would pay attention to individuals instead of delivering “Mann ki Baat”as “Modi ji,(BJP president)Amit Shah ji, or (Chief Minister Vijay)Rupani ji do”. Gandhi targeted the PM over speeches in his rallies claiming Modi

often changed the election planks and now he was left with absolutely nothing to discuss however himself and the Congress.”You claim you have completed the Congress. If it were so, why would you dedicate half your speech to Congress and half to yourself?”he asked the prime minister.”The reason behind this is that Modi ji has nothing to state relating to either 22 years of the BJP rule in the state or

about his future agenda for the state. The reason is that since of his incorrect guarantees, today you do not trust Modi ji,” he told the gathering.Gandhi also said that the assembly elections in Gujarat were not about Modi or himself or the BJP or the Congress but about “the future of individuals of Gujarat “. He accused the prime minister of not talking about his future plans for the state and” keeping mum”on the

concern of corruption.He questioned the prime minister over his “silence”on the agitations by different communities, consisting of Patels, Dalits besides anganwadi workers.Gandhi said the fact had actually captured up with the BJP.The Opposition leader also attacked Modi over last year’s demonetisation and the Goods Providers Tax (GST), saying the note ban

helped all” burglars”transform their “black cash into

white”and the”Gabbar Singh Tax “destroyed small organisations and rendered lakhs of individuals jobless.He likewise raised the concern of BJP chief’s boy Jay Shah’s organisation negotiations whereby he allegedly “transformed Rs 50,000 into Rs 80 crore”. He also attacked the Modi government for the Rafale fighter jet offer.

“Earlier he (Modi )used to say’na khaunga na khane dunga’. Now he does not utter a word on corruption,”Gandhi added.Stay as much as date on all the current Country news with The New Indian Express App. Download now


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