The Gandhi scion, along with Karnataka chief minister Siddaramaiah visited Shringeri Sharadamba Temple in Chickmagalur Photograph:( ANI )
Congress president Rahul Gandhi resumed his ''temple run'' in Karnataka ahead of Assembly polls.
The Gandhi scion, along with Karnataka chief minister Siddaramaiah visited Shringeri Sharadamba Temple in Chickmagalur.
Today, on our #JanaAashirwadaYatre, I will inaugurate the Rajiv Gandhi Political Institute and address meetings in Udupi and Mangalore.— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) March 20, 2018
Later in the evening I will pray at the Gokarnanatheshwara Temple and also visit the Rosario Church and the Ullal Dargah in Mangalore. pic.twitter.com/xaiha0vedu
Rahul also visited Rosario Church and the Ullal Dargah in Mangalore.
With the Karnataka going to polls in April-May, the Congress President is expected to continue with his visit to several religious places.
He visited the Kanakachala Laxmi-Narasimha temple in Koppal district last month.
On the first day of his election campaign in Karnataka, Gandhi had visited the Goddess Huligamma temple and Gavi Siddheshwara Mutt in Koppal.
During the Gujarat assembly elections, Gandhi visited about 25 temples in the state, inviting criticism of "soft Hindutva" from the opposition.