Assam CM Sarma campaigning for the BJP in the poll-bound state of Karnataka
On Sunday during a press conference in Bengaluru, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said that Sonia Gandhi has been trying to establish her son, Rahul Gandhi for the last two decades, but her efforts are yet to yield any results.
Himanta is currently campaigning for the BJP in the poll-bound state of Karnataka.
He said, “Even his mother is concerned about Rahul Gandhi and how to establish him. Mrs. Sonia Gandhi has been fighting a lone battle for the last 20 years to establish her son so that he can earn a decent livelihood.”
The Assam Chief Minister also swiped at the Congress party for their poll promise to ban the right-wing outfit, Bajrang Dal.
He said, “Hindus are never terrorists. The reason they (Congress) wanted to equate Popular Front of India (PFI) and Bajrang Dal was to tell Western media that Hindus are also terrorists.”
Rahul Gandhi has been campaigning in Karnataka and promised to provide 10 lakh jobs to the unemployed youths in the state if Congress comes to power.
Attacking the Congress top leader, Himanta Biswa Sarma said, “Today Rahul Gandhi is giving guarantee to the people of Karnataka. But who will take his guarantee? One day he appears with a long beard, the next he is clean-shaven. Sometimes he talks about potato-making machines and the other day he mentions other things.”
Sarma also criticized Rahul Gandhi for fighting the last Lok Sabha election from Kerala’s Wayanad seat.
“After just one defeat, Rahul Gandhi left Amethi and Uttar Pradesh and migrated to Kerala. In the last five years, he never visited Amethi. People are still confused why they had voted for the Gandhi family for such a long time,” Sarma said.
[With Inputs from IANS]
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