New Delhi: Rhetoric will descend upon Gujarat, Congress VP Rahul Gandhi said in a “climate report” in front of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to his home state on Monday.
Gandhi’s delve comes in the wake of the theory that the Prime Minister may declare a large group of sops for survey bound Gujarat.
“Climate report: Ahead of decisions, Gujarat will today have the rain of talk,” he said on Twitter, utilizing the expression “jumlon ki baarish” in his Hindi tweet.
The Congress VP likewise labeled a report featured “As Gujarat sits tight for a survey date, the state gets ventures worth about Rs 12,500 crore” with his tweet. The Congress has blamed the BJP and the administration for “putting weight” on the Election Commission to not declare concurrent surveys in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh.
The Congress has charged that if the Election Commission had reported gathering decisions in Gujarat alongside Himachal Pradesh, the model implicit rules would come into constraining with prompt impact, leaving no extension for the BJP to declare any sops for individuals in Gujarat.
Get together decisions in Himachal Pradesh will be hung on November 9 and results declared on December 18. The Gujarat races have not been reported yet, however, Chief Election Commissioner A K Joti has said they will be held before December 18.