Video: Rahul Gandhi roars today from Vasundhara Raje's home turf
From Vasundhara Raje's home turf, Rahul Gandhi roars taking as usual, a dig at PM Narendra Modi and telling the voters that he wants to see Made in Dholpur phones in their pocket
New Delhi, News24 Bureau, Oct 9: With election dates announced, all popular political leaders are on a travelling spree and will be holding mega rallies. Today there are two mega rallies; one of PM Modi from Jatland and the other of Congress president Rahul Gandhi from Vasundhara Raje's home turf. Rahul Gandhi's mega roadshow is in six constituencies in Rajasthan's Dholpur and Bharatpur today. The idea is to take on Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje on her home ground.Raje popularly known as 'Maharani Sahib" to voters there, belongs to the former royal family of Dholpur.The Congress was wiped out in most of Rajasthan in the last state elections in 2013 but managed to retain a toehold in the Dholpur-Bharatpur belt, winning four seats. The Congress had a higher vote share, of 34.5 per cent, than that of the BJP in Dholpur.Congress is also very serious about Rajasthan as there is anti-incumbency factor in the state and BSP supremo Mayawati has also dared Congress by announcing that it will go alone in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh.Congress, on tenterhooks at present, will try its level best to reap benefits from the anti-incumbency factor in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chattisgarh. here are the LIVE updates of Rahul Gandhi's mega road show:-Modi ji took out Rs 45,000 Cr from pockets of farmers and poor and gave to Anil Ambani. I asked him in Parliament why did he give the contract to him? I looked him in the eye but he looked here and there. The nation saw that he couldn't look youth of India in the eye, says Rahul Gandhi in Rajasthan.-You are taking a selfie, if you turn the phone you will find 'Made in China' written on it. I want 'Made in Dholpur', 'Made in Rajasthan', 'Made in Jaipur' written on it: Rahul Gandhi in Dholpur, Rajasthan-I want that when someone takes a selfie in China, he would see the words 'Made in Dholpur' written at the back of the phone and wonder where it is. Then we bring him to Rajasthan as a tourist, put his money in your pocket and send him back by flight, said Rahul Gandhi.