New Delhi: Ahead of assembly elections in poll-bound Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath launched a fresh attack on Congress and accused the grand old party of doing divisive politics.
Addressing a gathering in Makrana, Adityanath said, “As a result of that, terrorism was at its peak in the country. Today you can see that the terrorists which were fed Biryani by Congress are now being fed bullets by us.”
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been campaigning in the poll-bound Rajasthan and accused Congress of dragging his parents in the politics. Earlier in the day, PM Modi had said that the Congress has its priorities right. First, it thinks of naamdaar (Rahul Gandhi), followed by his family. Next, Congress is concerned about their coterie, then the vote bank. Finally, it is concerned about communalism and in the end, it thinks of the nation.
Ridiculing Rahul Gandhi, PM Modi said, “Iss naamdar ko itna gyaan nahi hai ki NCC kya hoti hai. Iss naamdaar ko ye gyaan nahi hai ghoshnapatra kya hota hai. Iss naamdaar ko ye gyaan nahi hai ki main Kailash Mansarovar jaakar ke aaya lekin Kailash Mansarovar hota kya hai (This naamdaar doesn’t know what NCC is, he doesn’t know what party manifesto is. In fact, he went all the way to Kailash Mansarovar but he doesn’t know what that place signifies).”
The elections for the 200-Assembly seats in Rajasthan are scheduled for December 7. Counting of votes will take place on December 11.