Rahul Gandhi, the leader of the Indian National Congress, is set to kick off his campaign for the upcoming Karnataka Assembly elections from the site of his 2019 remark on Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Gandhi will be visiting the site of his 2019 remark on the Prime Minister in the town of Ballari, Karnataka. The remark, which was made during a rally in the town, had caused a stir in the political circles of the country.
Gandhi had said that the Prime Minister was a “thief” and had stolen money from the people of India. The remark had caused a huge uproar in the political circles and had led to a lot of criticism from the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
Gandhi’s visit to the site of his remark is seen as a way to show that he is not afraid to stand up for what he believes in. He is also expected to use the visit to highlight the issues that the people of Karnataka are facing and to make a case for why the Congress should be voted to power in the upcoming elections.
Gandhi’s visit to the site of his remark is also seen as a way to send a message to the BJP that he is not afraid to take on the Prime Minister and his government. The visit is also seen as a way to show that the Congress is not afraid to take on the BJP and its policies.
Gandhi’s visit to the site of his remark is expected to be a major event in the upcoming Karnataka Assembly elections. It is expected to be a major boost for the Congress’ campaign in the state and will be seen as a sign of the party’s commitment to taking on the BJP and its policies.