On the penultimate day of campaigning in poll-bound Himachal Pradesh, also known as "Dev Bhoomi" or the "Land of Gods" Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi cited the Bhagwad Gita to attack Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Rahul will be holding three rallies on Monday, in Paonta Sahib, Chamba, and Nagrota. Also, the Congress manifesto focuses on the youths and farmers.
Reflecting on the claims of BJP leaders that the indirect tax structure was passed with Congress support, Gandhi said the present structure of GST was not what was proposed by his party.
On the other hand, the BJP is mainly banking on popularity of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who has been accusing the Congress government in Himachal Pradesh of rampant corruption and misgovernance.More news: Spain issue arrest warrant for Catalan leader
After bearing the insulting attacks of Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing rallies in Himachal, that Congress has accepted its defeat and left Virbhadra Singh to fight the battle alone in the hands of the fate, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi visited the poll-bound state on 6 November. I am not afraid of Opposition burning my effigies or protesting against me.
"My fight against corruption will continue.
It is the people of this state who will now decide who is the crook and the cop", he said.He said the BJP was going to lose in Himachal Pradesh.
While addressing the rally, he also expressed confidence that his party will sweep the upcoming polls in the state.More news: Bayern down Dortmund to open four-point lead
Modi claimed that the poor and the middle class were back to work but the dishonest people were angry with him and wanted to seek revenge from him as he forced them to deposit their bagfuls of cash with banks.
The Prime Minister said he will pay off the debt through development in the state.
Accusing PM Modi of speaking "selectively" on the issue of corruption, Gandhi alleged that the prime minister "never spoke about the Vyapam scam, Lalit Modi scam or any other scam surfacing in BJP ruled states and has skipped mention of Jai Shah, or his crorepati business friends".More news: Rams Rout Giants with 51-17 Victory
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