Rahul should focus more on politics of development - Adityanath

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Rahul Gandhi attending Makar Sankranti puja in Amethi on Monday

Gandhi represents Amethi in the Lok Sabha.

In Amethi also, Rahul Gandhi had to face angry protesters at Rajiv Gandhi Chowk because of which he could not garland the statue of his father. (Rahul is the incarnation of Lord Ram, Rahul Raj will be seen in 2019).

Another poster shows Rahul as Lord Krishna with a message: "Sangharsh se vijay ke ore chal diye maharathi" (The warrior has begun the journey). The two-day visit of the Congress President has been aimed to strengthen Congress bastion. He will reach Amethi via his mother's parliamentary constituency Rae Bareli. On Tuesday, Rahul would be interacting with the public at Musafirkhana, and then at Jais, Jagdishpur and Mohanganj.

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Party workers have planned a grand reception in Amethi.

"People of Amethi are quite excited about the visit of Rahul Gandhi".

Rahul is the Member of Parliament (MP) from Amethi, which is the pocket borough constituency of the Congress party.

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Adityanath said that had the Congress focused more on development, Amethi would not have languished.

He said Congress must focus on positive politics that would be beneficial for Congress president and his party. "He has a personal rapport with party leaders and workers in Uttar Pradesh".

"Recalling his three-month campaign for the Gujarat polls, Rahul said: "...while the PM talks about the Gujarat model, the people of Gujarat were asking him what is this model...

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