In an attempt to counter the Bharatiya Janata Party, Congress seems to be adopting the soft Hindutva approac
While speaking to the mediapersons on Monday, Rahul said, “I am a ‘bhakt’ of Lord Shiva and believe in honesty.”
The Congress vice president visited Vir Meghmaya temple in Patan on Monday. The Gandhi scion visited two temples in the state – Ambaji temple and Akshardham temple on Saturday.
Gandhi had started his campaign in Gujarat with a visit to the renowned Dwarkadheesh temple in September.
Meanwhile, a war of words has erupted between the BJP and the Congress, with the ruling party criticising Rahul’s move, saying the Congress vice president is visiting Hindu temples just ahead of elections to get votes.
But look at how people are tolling rahul Gandhi :
Other days, I slaughter cows & eat beef! !!
— NETAJI (@NETAJI34863590) November 13, 2017
Sir ! There is a difference in "DEVOTEE" & "DARSHNARTHI" 1st DEFINE Yourself.or just ask your ITALIAN MOM.
— Dr. Nigam (@dr_nigam) November 14, 2017
Since when @OfficeOfRG ??? For votes ur politics/likes-dislikes changes state to state…..
— Pradip Pandey (@pradippandey85) November 14, 2017
You are going on path of your grandma that is appeasement, which is evident in this 41 second video pic.twitter.com/x5frXkZGs5
— Abhishek Sarawgi (@abhi_sarawgi) November 14, 2017
Corrupted, Non Vegetarian Rahul whose grand father was Muslim should not be allowed to enter in Temples of Gujarat.
— MAHESH BHATT (@bhatt56) November 14, 2017
Lie lie lie..me gandhi is a devotee of corruption..yahi sach hai yahi sach hai
— Ankita garg (@Ankitag66875811) November 14, 2017
Lord Shiva bhole hai. He doesn't mind if a stupid worships him… continue Ur efforts, he might bless you with Sadbuddhi
— United India (@UnitedIndia2020) November 14, 2017
— Ruchi (@Ruchiqueen008) November 13, 2017
— MANJUL (@MANJULtoons) November 13, 2017
Rahul Gandhi is going to temples now a days.. his ghar vapsi full credit goes to one and only Modi ji.. what u think guyz..
— शैलज़ा राणा🇮🇳 (@IthinkAlotttt) November 11, 2017