Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday adviced Prime Minister Narendra Modi to focus on the people of Gujarat ahead of Assembly polls and stop thinking about him and his party.
Addressing a rally in Anjar, the Gandhi scion said: “I listened to Modi ji’s speech yesterday, 60 per cent of his speech was on Congress and me.”
“This election is not about Congress or BJP but about the future of Gujarat and its people,” he said as he kicked off the last leg of poll campaigning in Gujarat’s Kutch region, a BJP stronghold ahead of first phase of polls on December 9.
The Congress leader will be addressing three more rallies in Morbi, Dhrangadhra and Surendranagar on day one of his visit to the state that will culminate on Thursday.
Gujarat will vote in two phases – on December 9 and 14 – to elect a 182-member Assembly. The results will be declared on December 18.