Who is your Chief Ministerial candidate? Asks BJP to Gujarat Congress

Ahmedabad: Gujarat BJP incharge Bhupendra Yadav today speaking to media persons here said, Congress should make it clear who is going to be its chief ministerial candidate, Bharatsinh Solanki or Shaktisinh Gohil.

When reporters asked Yadav to clear who is going to be BJP’s Chief Ministerial candidate, Yadav replied, party has time and again made it clear that it will go to election under the leadership of Vijay Rupani and Nitin Patel and the team will continue even after election.

Yadav commenting on Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi’s visits to various temples during Gujarat campaign said, going to temple should be swabhavik dharma and not chunavi karma.

Yadav said, ‘Akshardham Mandir in Delhi is located just 6 km away from Rahul Gandhi’s residence. Did he visit Akshardham temple in Delhi ever in life? Same Rahul visits Akshardham temple in Gandhinagar here for election.’

Yadav further asked, ‘Farm house of Rahul’s family is located in Mehrauli area of Delhi. There’s Katyayani temple nearby. Has he visited the temple? There’s even Jogmaya Mandir there. Does he know about it? Has he visited it during Navratri?’

Yadav challenged Rahul Gandhi to come forward with comparative figures of his Amethi constituency and any district of Gujarat be it in education, health, road, power, public amenities or agriculture field.

Yadav said Amethi is represented by Gandhi family for four generations, but even collector office was recently opened by Amit Shah after Yogi government was elected to power.

Yadav pointed out that comparative development figures of Gujarat released by Gujarat BJP are not challenged by Congress.

He said Rahul who is member of parliament from Amethi since 2004 should publish a booklet on development of his own constituency, his speeches in parliament on his Amethi development model and put it before public.

Yadav said BJP president yesterday completed direct interaction with 30,000 party men representing Shakti Kendras. Yadav denied media reports over ticket allocation and clarified that the process of selection of candidates was on and decision will be taken in Central Election Committee meeting in Delhi scheduled to take place on November 15.

In reply to media reports that Muslim clerics were called from Uttar Pradesh for Gujarat BJP campaign, Yadav said some newspapers are publishing baseless details. No cleric has come from Uttar Pradesh for party’s campaign here. Table stories are being made or planted by Congress’s dirty tricks department.

Yadav said Congress is leadership less and issue less. He said Congress was into politics of falsehoods and division in Gujarat.

He said Congress couldn’t find any problem in Gujarat even after Rahul’s tours and therefore appointed Mr. Sam to know about the problems of Gujarat. Mr. Sam promises solution of problems of Gujarat.


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