Rahul Gandhi ups the ante against Narendra Modi; holds three campaign rallies in Himachal Pradesh ahead of elections [Photos]

A day after Narendra Modi campaigned in poll-bound Himachal Pradesh, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi held three rallies in the hill state.

FP Staff November 07, 2017 10:19:11 IST
A day after Narendra Modi campaigned in poll-bound Himachal Pradesh, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi held three rallies in the hill state. Twitter/@INCHimachal
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A day after Narendra Modi campaigned in poll-bound Himachal Pradesh, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi held three rallies in the hill state. Twitter/@INCHimachal
Rahul began his campaign from Sirmour district and then went on to address rallies in Kangra and Chamba district. Twitter/@INCIndia
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Rahul began his campaign from Sirmour district and then went on to address rallies in Kangra and Chamba district. Twitter/@INCIndia
Rahul and Himachal Pradesh chief minister Virbhadra Singh held the 'Vikas se Vijay' rally at Gandhi Ground in Nagrota. Rahul praised Singh's dedication to the party and the hill state. Twitter/@INCIndia
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Rahul and Himachal Pradesh chief minister Virbhadra Singh held the 'Vikas se Vijay' rally at Gandhi Ground in Nagrota. Rahul praised Singh's dedication to the party and the hill state. Twitter/@INCIndia
Rahul slammed the Modi administration at the rally, saying that the prime minister makes noise about Make in India, Swachh Bharat, start-up India, bullet trains and so on, but he has said nothing about the most important issue, employment. Twitter/INCIndia
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Rahul slammed the Modi administration at the rally, saying that the prime minister makes noise about Make in India, Swachh Bharat, start-up India, bullet trains and so on, but he has said nothing about the most important issue, employment. Twitter/INCIndia
Before the Sirmour rally, Rahul visited the Paonta Sahib Gurdwara. Twitter/@INCIndia
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Before the Sirmour rally, Rahul visited the Paonta Sahib Gurdwara. Twitter/@INCIndia
After his visit to Ponta Sahib, Rahul attacked Narendra Modi, saying that the prime minister's interpretation is that everyone should eat the fruit while no one should think about work. Twitter/INCIndia
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After his visit to Ponta Sahib, Rahul attacked Narendra Modi, saying that the prime minister's interpretation is that everyone should eat the fruit while no one should think about work. Twitter/INCIndia