Since the state government is going to the elections on Monday, Congress President Rahul Gandhi appreciated Narendra Modi’s efforts and the BJP government put a shock with a photograph in Instagram.

'Achhe din nahin ayenge'; Rahul Gandhi finds Narendra Modi lookalike campaigning for Congress - See pics
‘Achhe din nahin ayenge’; Rahul Gandhi finds Narendra Modi lookalike campaigning for Congress – See pics

Gandhi said in an Instagram post, “Who has campaigned for the Congress Party in Chhattisgarh,” see me. The innovative readers who look at Narendra Modi wear not only his clothes but also, he also started his speech with ‘Friend’.

However, the readers now campaign for the Congress in the Naxal-affected Bastar region and say “Aare Din Nahin Ayanj”. Last month, he joined the Congress and before that he was a BJP-led NDA constituent, the Republican Party of India.

Now, in the various seats of the region, including Jagdalpur, Dantewada, Kondagaon and Bastar, Modi’s Dopelgiger campaign likes to click with him as a local people. In the picture posted by the Congress President, the reader could be seen wearing a jacket similar to the Prime Minister of India, while he also played a beard.

'Achhe din nahin ayenge'; Rahul Gandhi finds Narendra Modi lookalike campaigning for Congress - See pics
‘Achhe din nahin ayenge’; Rahul Gandhi finds Narendra Modi lookalike campaigning for Congress – See pics

“Since I look like Modiji, people will always ask me where are the ‘good days’, as promised before the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. In view of the problems of the common man, I asked BJP’s ally to join the Congress The month left to join, “reader quoted PTI.

As the Campaign Day is over, the reader has always used his good benefits by targeting Prime Minister Modi and after 15 lakhs in India, the ‘good days’ kept in foreign countries and junking the promises of black money Is copied.

“Mitron (friends), I have come to tell you the truth that ‘Abe Deen’ (good days) are not going to come. This was a false promise and please vote for Congress, which will ensure your development,” he said. One of the campaigns

Election for the last date of Congress elections, Congress President Rahul Gandhi attacked his ruling BJP government. Even the Congress chief was busy spreading the word, yet he swept the Prime Minister with a soft heart with the appearance of Narendra Modi.

While sharing pictures on Instagram, Gandhi wrote, “Who got me for the Congress party in Chhattisgarh,” look.

'Achhe din nahin ayenge'; Rahul Gandhi finds Narendra Modi lookalike campaigning for Congress - See pics
‘Achhe din nahin ayenge’; Rahul Gandhi finds Narendra Modi lookalike campaigning for Congress – See pics

Gandhi shared two pictures of himself with Modi Dopelgager, Abhinandan Pathak, who was seen with such Modi Luklex for the first time during the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. However, as part of the BJP-led NDA constituent Republican Party (ULTE) along with Uttar Pradesh’s state vice president, Pathak decided to switch sides when he realized “Aaa Din Nahin Ayanj” (good days).

He joined the Congress party in the presence of actor-turned politician Raj Babbar last month and said that he is campaigning for the opposition for the first time since the 2014 elections.

The pictures shared on Gandhi’s personal Instagram handle have made a big buzz and achieved 45,000 choices in just six hours. ‘Modi jacket‘ Donning with a ‘tricolor muffler’, reader dressed like a PM. However, instead of the lotus badge, the Congress promotional jacket was decorated with a hand symbol. Take a look at the photos here:

The readers are campaigning for the Congress in various seats in this area including Jagdalpur, Dantewada, Kondagaon and Bastar, and draw a large number of people from the local people who are motivated to join themselves “Since I look like Modiji People always told the reader, “Ask me where is the ultimate deen (good days), as promised before the Modi Lok Sabha elections, Modi made the promise. Given the problems of the common man, I left BJP last month.

Pathak, who recently addressed a local crowd, started his speech with ‘Mitron’, said, “Mitron (friends), I have come to tell you the truth that ‘ay day’ (good days) will not come It was a false promise and vote for Congress

Addressing a public meeting in Pebble on the last day of campaigning for the first phase of state elections, Congress President has alleged that the Prime Minister has left 15 selected industrialists of 15 lakh crorepatis in 2014. The farmers

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