New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national president Amit Shah on Friday wished for Congress chief Rahul Gandhi‘s ‘speedy recovery’. Launching an all out attack on the latter on micro-blogging website Twitter ahead of Lok Sabha Elections 2019, he said, “Get well soon Yuvraj!” Also Read - Rahul Gandhi Holds Virtual Meet With Bengal Leaders to Discuss Left-Congress Alliance For 2021 Polls

Replying to Congress president’s tweet, Shah posted, “Fine example of arrogance and delusion! Now he sees the entire humankind as full of hate, except himself of course.” Also Read - Delhi Chalo: Rahul Gandhi Backs Protesting Farmers, Says Modi Govt Will Have To Take Back 'The Black Law'

Notably, Rahul Gandhi on Friday had posted on Twitter, “Hatred is cowardice. I don’t care if the entire world is full of hatred. I am not a coward. I will not hide behind hate and anger. I love all living beings, including those temporarily blinded by hatred.” Also Read - West Bengal: Suvendu Adhikari Resigns as State Transport Minister, Cracks Widen In Trinamool Congress

Earlier in the day, Rahul Gandhi declared his love for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing students in Pune. “I have no hatred for him, I love him,” he had said.

Rahul answered an array of questions, ranging from economy to healthcare and education. While answering a question on whether politics can be devoid of love and affection, Rahul said, “I love Narendra Modi. I have no hatred or anger towards him. But he has anger towards me.”

Meanwhile, addressing a rally in Morigaon in Assam, the BJP President targeted former prime minister Manmohan Singh and termed him ‘Mauni baba’. Shah said, “Mauni Baba Manmohan Singh was the Prime Minister for 10 years. He went to the Rajya Sabha via Assam. I would like to ask Rahul Gandhi, you speak loudly from stage, why don’t you give an account for your 10 years of governance.”

The BJP and the Congress are at loggerheads in the wake of upcoming Lok Sabha Elections 2019. Both the parties are leaving no stone unturned in their attempts to woo the public. The polling for seven-phased general polls will begin on April 11 and conclude on May 19. The counting of votes is scheduled for May 23.