Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday discussed with Karnataka chief minister Siddaramaiah and other state leaders the party's strategy and preparedness for assembly elections due next year. Reportedly, Rahul Gandhi entered the wrong toilet as he could not read Gujarati.
Mumbai:Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi does not seem to let go of any chance to take a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The UP CM also took potshots at former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Adityanath said, "One thing was famous about former PM Manmohan Singh: For any approval he always looked at Nehru-Gandhi family and stayed mum if they said no". "Doesn't he feel the need to remember or visit Gujarat then?"
Incidentally, some years back when Rahul Gandhi was nearing Hunsur via Nagarahole-H.D.Kote Road, his auto was stopped near a dilapidated tile factory to urgently facilitate him to ease himself and like the present incident, it made news in the news-hungry newspapers in Mysuru. In a tweet, Rahul said that Modi might promise the people of his home state a house on Moon by 2028, and in fact, might just say that he would bring Moon to Earth by 2030.
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In the run up to the assembly elections in Gujarat later this year, or early next year and the general elections in 2019, the war of words between the two parties has been on a rise. "How the party should face the elections, what should be the strategy - all this was discussed in the meeting".
Rahul also said that the Gujarat Government had majorly failed to provide basic facilities of education and sanitation to the people of the state. People who couldn't build a collectorate in Amethi after ruling there for 3 generations, what development will they bring to Gujarat?
While Rahul Gandhi was making the headlines with his witty one-liners on the Modi government, the Wednesday's incident once again got him in the news for a different reason.