Rahul Gandhi will fail miserably in first test as Congress de facto chief: BJP

Gujarat BJP chief and himself a Patidar, Jitu Vaghani stated on Saturday Rahul Gandhi will stop working miserably in his very first test as the Congress’s “de facto chief” because he and Patel quota agitation leader Hardik Patel are “cheating hardworking and decent people”.

He stated Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s management, his image and BJP president Amit Shah’s political acumen was the major difference between his celebration and the Congress and that the 3 aspects would dismantle all obstacles including the one positioned by Hardik Patel.Vaghani alleged the

Congress was not fighting the Gujarat surveys itself and had actually outsourced it to others.The Congress was nowhere in the state and had no organisation and base. Rahul Gandhi had no understanding or concept about individuals’s issue and obstacles in the state, the BJP leader said.”Where is the Congress in these elections.

They are not battling it, they have outsourced it to others. Let me tell you one thing and you mark my words. Rahul Gandhi will stop working miserably in his first test as the Congress’s de facto chief,”he said.Vaghani, who is objecting to from Bhavnagar West, termed Hardik Patel a”momentary phenomenon”and questioned his contribution to the whole Gujarati society.” Both Gandhi and he (Hardik)are cheating these hardworking and good people

(Patels). They ought to avoid doing so,”he said.Hardik Patel had in 2015 began an agitation requiring that the Patidars be included in the OBC category

so that they might get appointment in government jobs and institutions.Replying to a concern whether the party will accomplish its target of bagging 150 seats in the 182-member Gujarat Assembly, Vaghani said the celebration was working and would go extra mile to accomplish its target.The surveys are being called as Rahul Gandhi’s very first test as the Congress chief.Rahul Gandhi is all set to be raised as the next party president in place of his mom Sonia Gandhi after

his nomination documents for the post went uncontested on Tuesday.


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