Ahead of the Assembly polls in Tamil Nadu, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is effectively campaigning in several cities of the state. During his rally in Tirunelveli on February 27, Rahul Gandhi said, "Today a worker at salt pan told me "brother the salt we are collecting is helping fight coronavirus, work I am doing here, collecting salt, goes into medicine used to treat corona. I am not only collecting salt but protecting country from corona". That is beauty of your state."
Ahead of the Assembly polls in Tamil Nadu, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is effectively campaigning in several cities of the state. During his rally in Tirunelveli on February 27, Rahul Gandhi said, "I fall asleep at night in 30 seconds as I am not afraid of Mr Modi (Prime Minister Narendra Modi). How long does Tamil Nadu Chief Minister take? He can't sleep at night as he isn't honest. Since he is dishonest he can't stand up against Mr Modi who thinks he can control people of Tamil Nadu because Chief Minister is corrupt." "Mr Modi thinks Tamil Nadu is like his television, he can pick up remote and do whatever he wants. He can put volume up and Chief Minister will talk louder and vice versa. He thinks he can control people of TN, but people are going to remove battery from remote and throw away," he added.
Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra took a jibe at Congress leader Rahul Gandhi by saying that Prime Minister Narendra Modi including top leaders of BJP who also hold ministerial positions are campaigning in different parts of country for upcoming assembly elections and Rahul Gandhi which he called 'Puppu' is catching fish. "Look at the difference. Modi ji is campaigning in Tamil Nadu, Amit Shah ji in West Bengal, Nadda ji is in Assam, Rajnath Singh is in Kerala, and 'Pappu' is catching fish, then they'll say EVMs are malfunctioning," he said. Rahul Gandhi was seen fishing with the fishermen during his Kerala visit.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah arrived at the Chennai airport on February 28. He will attend the public and organisational programmes in Tamil Nadu. Ahead of the Assembly polls in Tamil Nadu, Amit Shah will be campaigning in several cities of the state.
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