Rahul Gandhi continues religious outreach in poll-bound Karnataka

On his third Karnataka visit, Rahul Gandhi not only visited temples but also visited a church and attended mass along with CM Siddaramaiah and Lok Sabha MP Mallikarjun Kharge.


Congress President Rahul Gandhi in the third phase of Janashirvad Yatre-a campaign organized by the Congress party ahead of the assembly polls in Karnataka this year launched an attack on the BJP and Prime minister Narendra Modi. Rahul Gandhi was in coastal districts of the Karnataka and Dakshin Kannada, a region considered a bastion of the BJP.

Slamming Prime Minister Modi for his comments that there was no development for 60 years in the country, Rahul said the statement is an insult of the previous generation. Rahul charged, “This is an insult of the work done by your parents, farmers, women, youth and others of the previous generation.” He also promised that the Congress government, if voted back to power, will double its work for the development of Karnataka.

Rahul Gandhi not only visited temples but also visited a Rosario church in Mangaluru and attended mass along with several senior party leaders like CM Siddaramaiah and leader of the opposition in Lok Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge. He also visited the Ullal dargah in the city. Surprisingly, Rahul broke went out of the schedule to reach out to the different communities in the region. Besides the public rallies and roadshows, he also held meetings and discussions with local communities. He also took out time for the local fishermen community which has a strong presence in the coastal areas.

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