Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi will kick-start his 3-day election campaign in poll-bound Gujarat on Monday. The Congress vice-president will mark his campaign by visiting Dwarkadhish temple in Dwarka following which he will be meeting workers and supporters at Bhatiya Village.

Rahul Gandhi will also visit Gujarat’s Saurashtra after offering prayers at the Krishna Temple in Dwarka. A road show from Dwarka is also scheduled to take place to promote inroads for the Congress party in the state that will be soon witnessing assembly elections. During the road show, Rahul Gandhi will be addressing public at different points and interact with them along the way.

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi will meet farmers to listen to their grievances and interact with traders following the economic slowdown after GST and Demonetisation. He will also address a rally later in the evening. 

Rahul Gandhi will be visiting places like Dhrol, Tankara, Rajkot, Chotila, Jasdan, Virpur, Jetpur and other districts. In Rajkot, it is expected that he will be meet industrialists, traders and discuss the situation after the implementation of GST, demonetisation.

Rahul will also interact with elected panchayat representatives at Vadtra Village in Dwarka district, and farmers, fishermen and traders in both Dwarka and Jamnagar.

During his public address and rallys which the Congress vice-president will be participating in, it is very likely that Rahul Gandhi will hit out at the BJP-led government at the Centre on the issue of hike in fuel prices, the economic slowdown caused after implementing GST, noteban and targeting other policies of the NDA government. 

Previously, Rahul Gandhi during his recently concluded US visit had also targeted PM Modi led government and its policies while he was addressing students in different universities.

Earlier on September 21, Rahul Gandhi while speaking at an event organised by the Indian National Overseas Congress (INOC), took a strong hit at Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government, saying that “divisive politics” was ruining India’s reputation of peace and harmony abroad.