BJP Leaders Lock Horns With Congress Leaders In Rajasthan With Elections Coming Closer


New Delhi: The number of visits from political bigwigs has gone up as election season nears in Rajasthan. Both the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Congress leaders are visiting the state. After a day-long visit to Jaipur on September 11, BJP president Amit Shah is all set to address party workers in five districts of Rajasthan during his three-day tour from September 16. Congress president Rahul Gandhi will also visit the state on September 20.

After giving a pep talk to party leaders, office bearers and workers in Jaipur division on Tuesday, Shah will now be heading towards the crucial Jodhpur and Udaipur divisions to motivate party functionaries and review poll preparedness.

Shah will be in Jodhpur and Pali on September 16 for meetings of the Shakti Kendra representatives. In a bid to reach out to OBCs and the youth, he will address a BJP OBC Morcha Sammelan in Pali and a Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha Sammelan in Jodhpur.

Shah will then head to Udaipur on September 18 where he will hold a division level Scheduled Tribes meeting in a bid to woo the community. He will address a meeting of Shakti Kendra representatives and hold a meeting with intellectuals.

Meanwhile, Congress president Rahul Gandhi too is making his way to Mewar. Gandhi will be in Aspur in Dungarpur district on September 20 where he will address the Congress party’s Sankalp rally. Gandhi had launched the Congress’s poll campaign with a roadshow and meeting with party workers in Jaipur on August 11.

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