Rahul Gandhi anti-farmer, anti-Gujarat: BJP leader

Rahul Gandhi anti-farmer, anti-Gujarat: BJP leader

Gandhi began his campaign for the Assembly polls in north Gujarat with a visit to the famous Akshardham temple in Gandhinagar.

According to the some of BJP's leaders, the world "Pappu" in the CD does not link with any person in common and said that this is unfair and this plot has been done to sideline them anyhow.

The ruling BJP in Gujarat has been asked by the Election Commission to drop the word "Pappu" from a campaign ad that apparently targets Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi.

"Congress should clarify under whose leadership they are contesting the Gujarat election".

He then challenged the Congress to name its chief ministerial candidate in Gujarat.

The BJP president alleged that the Congress was resorting to schismatic politics in the state, pointing out how politicians from different social backgrounds, like Patidar leader Hardik Patel, have been flocking to it lately.

"BJP will win more than 150 seats and once again form the goverment in Gujarat", he declared. "The Congress is trying to divide the people of Gujarat on the basis caste but it won't be successful in its plan", Shah said.

"Since there was no direct mention or linkage with any person while mentioning "Pappu" in the entire script, we had appealed to the committee to reconsider their decision, but they rejected it".

Calling the term "derogatory" the Election Commission in Gujarat has asked to remove or replace it. The results will be announced along with that of Himachal Pradesh on December 18.

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