‘Will go to Gujarat and Himachal too, if…’, Rahul Gandhi said on election campaign

Rahul Gandhi: Former Congress President Rahul Rahul Gandhi is busy taking out ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ these days. His journey which started from Kanyakumari has now reached Maharashtra via Karnataka, Telangana. The next stop of the journey will be Madhya Pradesh. On November 20, the yatra will enter Madhya Pradesh. Meanwhile, in Maharashtra, Rahul Gandhi gave further information related to the yatra by holding a press conference. In the press conference, when journalists asked Rahul about going to rally in Gujarat elections, he said that if the Congress President asks him, he will definitely go.

Rahul said that if the Congress President tells us that we have to go to Gujarat, Himachal, then we will go. However, voting has now been completed in the assembly elections of Himachal Pradesh. Rahul talked only about his journey. What will be the agenda of the party after the visit? Regarding this, Rahul said that you will have to ask the party president. Kharge ji is the party president at present. He said that my target is now on the Bharat Jodo Yatra. I feel great. Lots to learn. 

Rahul Gandhi lashed out at BJP in ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’

He said that we started ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ in September. We want to complete this journey by taking it to Srinagar. He said that ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ is a thought, a way of working. There is an imagination. He said, BJP’s approach is going to spread violence. BJP has given way to spread hatred in the country, scare people, crush the poor. Through the yatra, it is our endeavor to tell the country that this method is not right. 

Voting has been completed in the Himachal Pradesh assembly elections. Now the entire focus of all the parties has turned towards Gujarat. Voting is to be held in Gujarat on 01 December and 05 December and the results of both the states are to come on 08 December. In the election season, all the veteran leaders including PM Modi are sweating profusely on behalf of BJP. 

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