Lucknow: In the country's largest state, UP, the movement of parties ahead of next year's assembly elections is clearly visible. Congress MP Rahul Gandhi today attacked Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in a tweet. In fact, Rahul Gandhi tweeted, "What a yogi who hates!" Be aware that earlier yesterday too, Rahul Gandhi had shared a tweet about Hindus and Muslims. In his tweet, he wrote, "You are not a Hindu Sikh Christian or a Muslim, just a friend, not a country or a human being.’
However, in this tweet, he has not attacked any one party. On the other hand, after several meetings of Congress National General Secretary and UP affairs in-charge Priyanka Gandhi in her three-day stay in Lucknow, the party has started taking applications from the contenders for the assembly elections to be held in the state early next year.
According to a statement issued by the same Congress headquarters on Saturday, the Congress, which is gearing up for the UP Assembly elections, 2022, has started taking applications from party workers who are willing to contest. Congress General Secretary and Uttar Pradesh in-charge Priyanka Gandhi is on a visit to the state for the upcoming Elections. In the assembly elections, internal talks are in full swing in Congress over the CM's face. Meanwhile, former Union minister and senior Congress leader Salman Khurshid has made a significant statement. He said the Uttar Pradesh elections will be fought under the leadership of Priyanka Gandhi.