Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Amit Shah on Monday said that Congress president Rahul Gandhi did not know if he were campaigning for the BJP as he often used Prime Minister Narendra Modi's name in his speeches.
Claiming that BJP will win assembly elections of Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, Shah said, "Rahul should stop daydreaming of winning these two states because the BJP government is an immovable foot of Angad (a character in Ramayana). Nobody can oust the BJP from the state," he said.
Continuing his tirade attack against the Congress, Shah even questioned the existence of Congress stating, "Time has come that one needs a telescope to find if Congress exists."
Comparing the work of the Congress and BJP in Rajasthan, Shah said, "During the Congress regime, the total budget for Rajasthan was only Rs 1.9 lakh crore. When Prime Minister Narendra Modi took the charge in Delhi, the state's budget was raised to more than Rs 2.63 lakh crore."
Shah also praised the efforts of Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje. "She provided free electricity to the state farmers, free health check-up under Bhamashah Yojana, loans under Mudra Bank scheme and gas connections and free mobiles to women," he said.
The 200-member Rajasthan Assembly is scheduled to go to polls on December 7. The counting of votes will take place on December 11.
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