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Somnath temple visit: Rahul Gandhi listed as ‘non-Hindu’.

NEW DELHI: A debate broke out on Wednesday over

While Rahul used prayers at the Somnath temple previously this afternoon, Prime Minister

Continuing his high decibel campaign in poll-bound Gujarat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today assaulted Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for calling GST ‘Gabbar Singh Tax’ and stated those who looted the nation could only believe of dacoits.

“Today some people are remembering Somnath, I have to ask them – Have you forgotten your history? Your family members, our very first Prime Minister, was not pleased with the idea of a temple being developed there,” PM Modi said at a rally in neighboring Prachi.

The ancient temple was already the cynosure of limelights owing to the high profile campaign rallies scheduled in its vicinity on Wednesday. At such a time, Tyagi’s flub was posted on social media, where it went viral. ‘Somnath temple’ rapidly rose to the list of top trends on micro-blogging website Twitter.

Gujarat Congress leader Arjun Modhwadia dismissed the incident as a storm in a teacup and panned the Clarification: There is just one visitor’s book at Somnath Temple that was signed by Congress VP Rahul Gandhi. Any … https://t.co/yOMGkEPpjd!.?.!— Congress (@INCIndia) 1511958419000

“Rahul ji doesn’t require the BJP’s certificate for his faith. The BJP has been exposed on their so called development claims so now they’re aiming to divert individuals’s attention by raising such non problems,” Modhwadia included.

The temple administration stated Rahul’s name was written in the shrine’s register for non-Hindus by his media organizer and preserved none of its staff was associated with the whole episode, reported PTI.

Rahul’s visit to the Somnath temple is the current in a long line of temple tours over the last couple of weeks as part of his Gujarat Read this story in Marathi

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