Sources said that before his arrival in UP, Rahul is likely to announce the new state Congress chief as Raj Babbar would be given some other assignments with the possibility of the party using him as star campaigner for the next Parliament polls.
The Congress chief attack on PM Modi saying, "there is a basic loss of control and you can see that.you can see that in Modi's demeanour, you can see it in his expression, you can see it in his speeches".
To a question about the coalition in Uttar Pradesh, Mr Gandhi said when the three parties (Samajwadi party, Bahujan Samaj Party and Congress) come together, "BJP will win only two seats, that too with luck".
Asked by reporters after the rally if the BJP was taking Mr Gandhi seriously as an opposition leader, Shah said, "Rahul is the Congress president now, so we will talk about him".
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"Everybody else, as far as they are concerned, areanimals".
Later, addressing a huge rally at the party's "Jan Ashirvada Yatra" to seek the people's blessings for the Congress victory in the ensuing assembly election, Gandhi said Modi failed to fulfil a single promise he made to the youth of the country. That's fine, that is the way they look at the world. Gandhi, who is on the sixth leg of his tour of poll-bound Karnataka, was interacting with Pourakarmikas (sanitation workers) here. "It's Mr Advani, Mr Manohar Joshi, even Mr Gadkari, it's everybody", said Gandhi. The BJP would never allow reservations to be removed, he said, adding, "We will not allow you to do it either". "It's simple", Mr Gandhi said at an informal media interaction in Bengaluru, according to news agency Press Trust of India.
Hailing the CM for taking such a strong step towards the betterment of sanitation workers, Gandhi said, "Now, when we get the government in Delhi, we will learn from the Karnataka government because the person doing the most hard work should be rewarded the most. That's all, that's the reality".
Bhartiya Janata Party chief Amit Shah continued to be berated by the opposition parties for the second day on Saturday for comparing the regional political parties with cats, dogs, snakes and mongoose getting on the Congress tree to create an anti-BJP and anti-Modi front. Gandhi said this showed the Shah's attitude and the culture he had imbibed from the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).