Gujarat is currently experiencing intense campaigning as all of the top leaders of the top three parties vying for power speak at numerous rallies throughout the state as the assembly elections are scheduled for next month Many major political parties have increased their efforts to reach out to voters in Gujarat ahead of the assembly elections.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the people of Surendranagar, Bharuch, and Navsari, Delhi, today while campaigning for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister, will take part in a roadshow for the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in Amreli, while Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will speak at poll rallies in Rajkot
In the tragic Morbi Bridge collapse, Rahul Gandhi accused the BJP of being corrupt. “In Morbi, about 150 people were killed, and 47 of them were young children. 22 days have passed since the tragedy. In contrast, neither the accidents’ true culprits nor those who would have been punished for them were found.
The BJP’s Corruption and Commission Model, he said, “supports the guilty while advancing the corrupt.”
He said that the tribals were the country’s first owners and that the BJP was working to deprive them of their rights.
Adivasis are India’s first owners, but the BJP refers to them as “vanvasis,” whose land can be taken by the BJP and given to 2-3 industrialists. They do not want Adivasis to live in cities or have access to education, health care, and employment said, Rahul Gandhi
Rahul Gandhi stated that demonetisation and the incorrect implementation of GST harmed small businesses, but the Centre provided no assistance.
The BJP wants to sell jungles and make the tribal community homeless, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said on November 21 in Surat, Gujarat, as he addressed his first election rally in the state.
Rahul Gandhi, who took a two-day break from his Bharat Jodo Yatra to speak at rallies in Surat and Rajkot, said the nation’s citizens were dissatisfied with the government’s policies.
“Bharat Jodo Yatra is being joined by lakhs of people irrespective of caste, creed, and religion.” He claimed that due to youth unemployment, unpaid farmers, and unforgiven loans, there has been an enormous response.
He said, the Congress, was attempting to listen to the grievances of people who had suffered as a result of the BJP’s anti-people policies through the Bharat Jodo Yatra.
Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, party spokesperson Pawan Khera, and others joined Gandhi. Gandhi also met with party officials and candidates from South Gujarat, which has 35 assembly seats and only 10 of which the Congress could win in 2017. The BJP, which is running for a seventh consecutive term, received 25 seats.
The voting for the 182-member Gujarat assembly will be held in two phases on December 1 and 5.
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