Rahul Gandhi should stay away from state elections after the Congress high-profile victory, according to BJP's Amit Malviya

Amit Malviya, the national IT Cell in-charge of the Bharatiya Janata Party, said that victory in Himalayan Pradesh should be a lesson for Rahul Gandhi . The Himalayan Pradesh election was held in 2022 .

New Delhi, December 9 : Amit Malviya, the national IT Cell in-charge of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), sparked a debate on Friday, saying that victory in the Himalayan Pradesh Assembly elections should be a lesson for the party's leader, Rahul Gandhi, to keep him out of poll-bound states.The lesson learned from the Himalayan victory is: The Congress should take a look at the learnings learned from its Himalaya victory.In a tweet on Friday, Malviya advised Rahul Gandhi to stay away from state elections.Malviyas tweet provoked a lot of skepticism, as Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, the party's Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha, and Deepak Sharma, the party's Legal Cell Secretary, slammed the BJP for his unwarranted comment.Sharma said that Congress does not need Rahul Gandhi's advice, while Chowdhury said that he is afraid of him.

None of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's promises to the Himalayan people were fulfilled, according to Sharma.Rahul Gandhi ji, the president of India, has been focusing on the Bharat Jodo Yatra, in which youths and farmers joined hands with the Congress to bring about a revolution in the country's politics, according to Sharma.The State Congress gave the Congress the honour on December 8, 2022, as the results were announced.The Congress secured 40 seats, a decent margin, while the BJP, the ruling party, could only win 25 seats.Rahul Gandhi stayed away from the polls in Himalaya Pradesh and instead focused on his over 3,500-kilometer pan India foot march.

In a tweet, Chowdhury said, Madi did door-to-door campaigns and polarization in Gujarat.

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