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Rahul Gandhi doesn’t know how to sit in a temple: Rajnath Singh

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“It is a mystery who will be the Congress’s CM face. There is a marriage procession, but nobody knows who the groom is,” Rajnath Singh said.

 

Burhanpur| After Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s jibe at Congress President Rahul Gandhi over his temple run, Union Minister Rajnath Singh too sought to attack Gandhi on this front. On the lines of UP Chief Minister, Singh said that Rahul Gandhi visits the temples during election season but he doesn’t know how to sit in a temple. He was addressing a rally in Madhya Pradesh’s Burhanpur on Tuesday.

Rajnath Singh said that Gandhi sometimes sits on knees and sometimes stands up. “The one who has been visiting temples in a bid to win the elections these days doesn’t know how to sit in the temple…at times he sits on knees and sometimes stands up,” Singh said.

Accusing Congress of inciting casteist and religious sentiments, he said that the party should rather focus its election campaigning on humanity.

Singh also took a dig at the Congress indecision over who the Chief ministerial face will be if the party wins the state. he compared the situation of Congress to that of a wedding and said that there is a marriage procession but nobody knows who the groom is. “It is a mystery who will be the Congress’s CM face. There is a marriage procession, but nobody knows who the groom is,” Rajnath Singh said. BJP has already declared Shivraj Singh Chouhan as its chief ministerial face.

Expressing faith over MP CM Shivraj Chouhan, Singh said that he is a champion of good governance and under his tenure, the state has witnessed a significant growth in development.

Terming MP Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan as a champion of good governance, Singh said the state has taken a leap in terms of development in the past 15 years.

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