It also raked up the issue of infiltration, a major poll plank of the saffron alliance in the state, to attack Congress, saying its "affection" was not for Assamese people but infiltrators whom the Tarun Gogoi government had "cultivated" as a "vote bank".
Rahul, in his public meeting, had hit out at BJP over its government's alleged failures and for encouragement to violence wherever it was in power, including Haryana, while claiming that RSS wanted to "impose" its ideology in the country.
"Rahul Gandhi has been levelling baseless allegations against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP for long and he is keeping up with this tradition. People wanted him to speak about what his government has done in the last 15 years but he disappointed them.
"There is an increasing frustration with Congress and it has reached a stage where party leaders are leaving as they have no faith in his leadership," BJP national secretary Shrikant Sharma told a press conference.


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