As Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the race bound Himachal Pradesh on Saturday and took a few burrows at the Congress saying no senior pioneer of the gathering had gone to the state to crusade, Congress declared that gathering VP Rahul Gandhi will battle in the state on 6 November.
Rahul was in Gujarat on Friday.
In Himachal Pradesh, Rahul will hold three encourages — Sirmour, Chamba and Kangra. The state will go to surveys on 9 November.
After Modi’s discourse in Himachal Pradesh, Congress representative Randeep Singh Surjewla tweeted the timetable and stated: “Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi will address three race revives in Himachal on 6 November.”
In the interim, the executive on Sunday depicted the survey fight in Himachal as ‘uneven’ as the Congress seems to be “fleeing from the war zone” and included that the gathering had nothing left to do except for lament in the coming days.
“No senior Congress pioneer came here to battle. They have effectively left the field leaving everything on destiny,” Modi said.
“I can comprehend the agony of my Congress siblings. Their concern is that a tea-vender has turned into the executive, a poor mother’s child has achieved this level. They believed they had held this seat always, yet this open knows all,” he said.
Modi, who tended to survey gatherings – called Parivartan Rally – in Una, Palampur and Kullu to give a fillip to the BJP’s survey crusade, blamed previous head administrator Indira Gandhi for not going for a note boycott when she expected to, and said he would not have needed to do this expound an activity had she made the stride for demonetisation years back.