Bikaner: On Monday, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Yogi Adityanath targetted Congress president Rahul Gandhi. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath was addressing an election rally in Rajasthan when he fired a fresh salvo at Congress chief. In his speech, while campaigning for his party in Churu district’s Ratangarh constituency, Adityanath said that wherever Rahul Gandhi will go for campaigning the particular Congress candidate from that area will face an assured defeat.

While addressing the election rally in Rajasthan, Adityanath said that Rahul means a guarantee of defeat. No candidate wants Rahul Gandhi’s meeting in his constituency and wherever he will go defeat will follow the party, the CM added.

Lambasting the grand old party over the leadership issue in the poll-bound Rajasthan, the BJP leader said, “Nothing can be expected from Congress.” CM Yogi informed the people amidst rally that Congress leaders told him that there is no coordination and leadership spirit in the party. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath during the rally in the state also talked about the BJP-led Central government and state governments and conveyed that both of have them have only focussed on growth and development of the country.

“There cannot be any alternative to development and good governance, which the BJP governments have delivered. A widespread change is visible in Uttar Pradesh while Raje government in Rajasthan has also done good work, 3.5 lakh youths were given government jobs and several other works were also done for the development of the state,” added.

While Yogi Adityanath was campaigning for Bhartiya Janta Party and was addressing an election rally in the state, he asked the voters to vote for BJP candidate Abhinesh Maharshi if people want development in the state.

In the Rajasthan Assembly Election 2018, 2.47 lakh voters are eligible to vote. The rebel candidate of BJP and former minister Rajkumar Rinwa is contesting as an Independent candidate. The Assembly elections in Rajasthan will take place on December 7.