In Valsad on Friday, Adityanath joined the BJP's Gaurav Yatra with a swipe on Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi. "I want to assure you that in the next assembly elections, these seven members of legislative assembly won't be able to retain their seats", asserted Yogi Adityanath. Yogi Adityanath said, Congress is supporters of Ishrat Jahan.
"Due to such remarks people think that Rahul Gandhi is immature".
He further added that "Gujarat has given the nation and world Mahatma Gandhi, and Sardar Patel".
When asked about the BJP's chances of retaining power in Gujarat, he said, "When a party is in power at Centre and state, the pace of development increases automatically".
Yogi also alleged "that Congress killed Mahatma Gandhi's ideology and as Mahatma Gandhi had said that the relevance of the Congress had ended after Independence".
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Punjab chief minister Capt Amarinder Singh flanked by Punjab Congress president Sunil Jakhar in presence of all senior congress party workers gave their consent to elect Rahul Gandhi as president.
Deputy chief minister, Keshav Maurya, said, "Rohingya Muslims are not refugees, they are illegal immigrants, there's no place for them in UP".
Several other Congress state units like Maharashtra, Goa, Delhi etc, have also passed similar resolutions seeking elevation of Rahul as party chief. He said that there is pan-India perception that wherever Rahul Gandhi goes for campaigning then Congress' defeat is guaranteed.
The image of is of a staunch Hindu leader and its effect can clearly be seen in the decisions taken by the government in Uttar Pradesh. Another major reason of involving the ministers of Uttar Pradesh for the BJP campaigning in Gujarat is the population of Uttar Pradesh people in the state. While BJP it trying everything to keep ruling in the state, Congress is also engaged in the process of ending its decades-old political exile in the state.