Development has gone crazy in Gujarat : Rahul Gandhi

New Delhi, 12 Nov: Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Sunday while interacting with social media volunteers of his party in Banaskantha said “Development has gone crazy in Gujarat”.

Speaking on hitting out remarks over Prime Minister  Narendra Modi, Gandhi said “Whatever we do, spot Modi’s faults or disturb BJP, we won’t disrespect PM’s position. When Modi Ji was in opposition he used to speak with disrespect about PM. That is the difference between us and them, no matter what Modi says about us we’ll not go beyond certain point as he is PM-RG”.

On social media posts,  Gandhi said that there is a team of people who reflect on ideas and suggestions given by him before tweeting from his official Twitter profiles.

“We reflect on ideas, there is a team of 3-4 people, to whom I give suggestions and after fine tuning them we tweet. Routine work, like birthday wishes isn’t done by me, I give little inputs on it, tweets on political issues are mine”, he asserted.

The Congress leader on his second leg of the three day visit will travel from Banaskantha to Patan in Gujarat and hold meeting with citizen groups along the way.

The first leg of his Navsarjan Yatra ended on Saturday with a visit to Ambaji Temple in Banaskantha.

Below we have enlisted the expected schedule for Rahul Gandhi’s day two of Navsarjan Yatra:

  • 10 am : Interaction with social media and IT Volunteers at Ambaji International Hotel, Ambaji, Banaskantha district
  • 11:15 am : Swagat at Danta, Banaskantha
  • 12 pm : Public meeting at Rampur Cross Road, Palanpur
  • 1 pm : Swagat at Mota, Banaskantha
  • 1:30 pm : Corner meeting at Hawai Pillar Ground, Deesa, Banaskantha district
  • 2:30 pm : Swagat by Bhildi, Banaskantha district
  • 3:30 pm : Visit to Wadinath Temple, Thara
  • 3:45 pm : Corner meeting at OP Plaza Ground, Thara
  • 4:45 pm : Visit to Sada Ram Bapu Ashram at Totana, Banaskantha district
  • 5:15 pm : Swagat at Roda, Patan district
  • 6 pm : Swagat at Kansada Darwaja, Patan
  • 6:15 pm : Public meeting at Pragati Maidan, Patan

Wefornews Bureau 

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