Today is the last day of campaigning for political parties in a run-up to the Rajasthan Assembly Polls and Telangana Assembly Polls. In this row, both the major Political parties are leaving no stone unturned to outdo each other in the electoral battle.
The BJP has fielded its strongest warriors for holding rallies today in Rajasthan — Prime Minister Narendra Modi and party chief Amit Shah; and Congress has its president Rahul Gandhi campaigning in Telangana.
Narendra Modi on Tuesday slammed the Congress while addressing a public meeting and said it is because of Congress that Kartarpur went to Pakistan at the time of Partition.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address two rallies in poll-bound Rajasthan to give a push to BJP’s Campaign in the last leg. He is scheduled to address public meetings in Sumerpur at 12 noon while in Dausa at 3 pm.
Meanwhile, BJP National President will address a media gathering at the press centre in Jaipur at 11 am. BJP Chief will later hold a roadshow in Ajmer at 1 pm on the last day before the campaign comes to halt.
On the Other hand, Congress National President will be in the Telangana for the last phase of the Campaign.
Former Congress President and UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi has also appealed to People of Telangana to vote out those who are in Power. ‘They have betrayed them always and it is the time for people to realize their aspirations. She further appealed them to vote for ‘Prajakutami’ or the Grand Alliance in the Upcoming Polls. Sonia Gandhi in her first Public Meeting at Medchal attacked TRS Government for ignoring the development of the state.
Earlier Yesterday, KCR slammed both BJP and Congress for terming him as an agent of each other. He said ‘I am only the agent of people of Telangana’ while taking a dig at BJP’s and Congress’s Accusations.
December 5 being the last day to influence voters before polling promises to heat up the poll temperature. The Results of both Rajasthan Assembly Elections and Telangana Assembly Elections will be announced on December 11 along with other state assembly elections.