On the second day of his campaigning in poll-bound Madhya Pradesh, Congress president Rahul Gandhi paid obeisance at a gurudwara in the Gwalior Fort.
Before he embarked on a campaign tour in the poll-bound state, Gandhi visited the Data Bandi Chhor Gurudwara where the head priest presented a sword to him.
State Congress president Kamal Nath and senior party leader Jyotiraditya Scindia were among the Congress leaders who accompanied him to the gurudwara.
The three leaders tied a ‘saropa’ (head scarf) during their visit to the religious place.
Gandhi later flew to the state’s Sheopur district where he will address a public meeting. After his public meeting in Sheopur, Gandhi will hold a 42-km long roadshow in Morena district.
In the evening, Gandhi will fly to Gwalior.
The 48-year-old Congress leader, who is on a two-visit to the state, also went to Moti Masjid on Monday night and offered prayers. He had started his tour of the Gwalior-Chambal region in with a temple visit in Datia district.
Gandhi had on Monday offered prayers at the historic Pitambara Peeth temple in Gwalior. In a tweet, Congress said that its chief prayed according to the customs and traditions of the temple.
The assembly polls will be held in MP on 28 November.