Gujarat elections: Seats remained vacant during PM Modi's rally

Gujarat elections: Seats remained vacant during PM Modi's rally

Gujarat elections: Seats remained vacant during PM Modi's rally

Addressing a rally in Gujarat's Surendranagar district, PM Modi said the party has a track record of not adhering to decisions taken within its bodies.

Continuing his criticism of the grand old party, Poonawalla alleged that the organisation did not value merit as much as family relations or a 'sycophant of the dynasty.' He also claimed that if the Congress got rid of dynasty politics, there would be a 30 percent surge in the number of seats won by them.

BJP who is in power in Gujarat for 22 years in a row is now amazed to have fewer people in their events. "I want to say to this youngster Shehzad - "you have done a courageous thing but this is sadly what has always happened in Congress", he said. Read Also: Surendranagar Deputy Commissioner of Income Tax suspended, shifted He accused Congress of packing off all its MLAs to Bangalore when Banaskantha and Surendranagar were submerged, just to "make one man win the Rajya Sabha elections". "Uttar Pradesh knows Congress well and so does Gujarat", Prime Minister Modi said. The state will see elections on December 9 and 14.

Meanwhile, briefing media in Ahmedabad, state Congress President Bharatsinh Solanki said, Congress will announce its poll manifesto tomorrow. That same leader is topmost Congress leader but what did he do for Bharuch?

In Uttar Pradesh, where the Congress ruled for decades, the state from where generations of top Congress leaders belong.

"Dear PM, your love for "Shahzad", "Shah-Zada" and "Shaurya" is now well known, but "Nation wants to know" when you will reply to the questions raised by senior BJP leaders, "Shourie" (Arun), Sinha (Yashwant) and Sinha (Shatrughan)". Congress was wiped out. The rallies are designed so that Modi can reach out to voters in three or four surrounding constituencies through every public meeting.

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