BJP President Amit Shah on Tuesday took a jibe at Congress model of development saying Rahul Gandhi whose party has ruled the country for 60 years is asking for 3-year Modi government's report card.
Drawing a comparision on development models Shah said there are two models in the country one is of Nehru-Gandhi model and another is of Gujarat model.
"BJP won four out of five seats in Amethi," he said. "There are two models of growth in Amethi: Gandhi-Nehru model and the Modi model," he added.
"Three generations of Gandhis abandoned Amethi," Shah said. "Modi model means 24/7 electricity for all households," said the BJP president.
Shah took a swipe at Rahul saying, "I have been in the public service for 30-35 years, but I have never seen the winning candidate of a constituency never visiting, but the losing candidate continuing to work for its development like a daughter."
Rahul has never visited Amethi collector's office even after being elected as the MP from here. People of Amethi ask Rahul Gandhi what Congress has done for three generations in Amethi, he added.
"Rahul baba always asks us what Modiji has done for the nation," Amit Shah said in Amethi. "By 2022, UP will be developed by Gujarat," he added.
"In the three years that we have been in power, Modi government has brought about 106 schemes. Maybe Rahul Gandhi does not even know how to count," he said.
"We at least gave a prime minister to the nation who speaks. Earlier, India had a prime minister whom people were desperate to hear," he added.
The steadfast development work started by CM Yogi Adityanath shows me that the state is going to see development soon, Amit Shah said.
People of Gujarat the meaning of development. Rahul Gandhi, you should focus on what little you have done for Amethi, Shah said.
Shah's tour comes just three days after Rahul Gandhi visited his basiton.
Amit shah along withSmrithi Irani launched 22 developmental projects on Tuesday.
BJP, which had garnered historic mandates in the 2014 Lok Sabha Polls and Assembly Elections in the politically crucial state, is seeking to breach Congress bastion.
Shah will lay foundation stone for construction of a 'bandh' at Pipri village. Among other projects scheduled to be inaugurated are an FM station, land for which was given by the state government on lease, three ITIs at Jagdishpur, Gauriganj and Tiloi, two Krishi Vigyan Kendras and a Sainik school.
At around 1 pm Shah will leave for Sitapur where he will lay the foundation stones for construction of 51 offices during a religious function there. Shah will perform 'bhoomi pujan' for the Sitapur office and lay the foundation for 50 offices in other districts. These foundation stones will be carried to different districts, Pathak said.
He will also address a rally in Sitapur.
At around 4 pm he will reach Lucknow and at 5 pm Shah will unveil books on five former chiefs of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) including KB Hedgewar, MS Golwalkar, also known as Guruji, Rajendra Singh alias Rajju Bhaiya, Bala Saheb Deoras and K S Sudarshan.