Rajasthan Elections: Amit Shah in Nagaur; attacks Rahul Gandhi with fresh allegations

New Delhi, News24 Bureau, Nov 30: The election mayhem is at its zenith and the bouts of allegations and counter-allegations continue as is happening in Rajasthan's Nagaur as Amit Shah addresses a rally there.

As the election day nears, the madness surrounding the big event, celebrating the dance of democracy begins. The leaders are on a promotional spree and no one wants to leave anything to chance. While the BJP is hopeful that it can ride on the Modi magic still in the state, Congress is hopeful that it can get the coveted seat riding on the anti-incumbency ride. None is ready to understand one's limitations and shortcomings.BJP party president is in Rajasthan and is personally looking into the details and all election-related nuances.Ahead of the upcoming assembly elections in Rajasthan and Telangana, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress intensified their campaigning in both the states.BJP chief Amit Shah reached Karwasra, Nagaur, in Rajasthan today to address a public meeting.

Shah kickstarted the campaign by multiple attacks on Congress president Rahul Gandhi"He (Rahul Gandhi) asks why did Nirav Modi and (Vijay) Mallya run away? These loans were lent during your tenure. They didn't run away during Congress government as they had a partnership. But when PM Modi's government came, they were afraid of being put behind bars," further adding, "Today the front page of Indian Express says that a company got a loan of thousands of crores and its commission reached Nehru family's son-in-law with which he bought 150 hectares of land. I want to ask Rahul Gandhi if he can answer now.""It has become Gandhi-Nehru family's private firm. These people (Congress) feel ashamed saying "Bharat Mata Ki Jai" but feel proud of Sonia (Gandhi) mother," Shah said.Boosting the morale of the BJP workers Shah said, "I know Nagaur will set the foundation stone for BJP's government formation in Rajasthan.""Rahul Baba you should not dream during day-time. Pick up and check the electoral history of this country since the time Narendra Modi took over as Prime Minister, and you will know what the outcome of Rajasthan will be," he adds.On Thursday, the Congress party released its manifesto for the assembly election, which promised farm loan waivers, and unemployment allowances among other things. This came a day after the BJP released it manifesto and claimed that it had fulfilled 95 per cent of the promises made in 2013.