‘Conspiracy’: Bull enters Congress rally in Gujarat during Ashok Gehlot’s speech, party alleges BJP

Ahead of the Gujarat assembly elections next month, Rajasthan Chief Minister and Congress leader Ashok Gehlot was addressing a rally in Mehsana, which was interrupted when a bull entered the gathering. Soon after the incident, Gehlot tried to pacify the attendees, and accused the BJP of often trying to disrupt Congress rallies by releasing cows or bulls.

A video of that day went viral on social media, in which panic can be seen among the people as soon as the bull entered during Gehlot’s speech. Due to this incident people left their seats due to fear and started running here and there.

BJP and Congress are contesting on all 89 seats. “It is a conspiracy of the BJP. They often use this gimmick to disrupt Congress meetings.” Hindustan Times The report quoted Gehlot as saying.

89 seats spread over 19 districts of Saurashtra-Kutch and southern parts of the state will go to polls on Thursday for the first phase of the Gujarat Assembly elections where 788 candidates are in the fray.

Campaigning for the first phase of elections in the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-ruled state came to an end at 5 pm on Tuesday. The state Chief Electoral Officer’s (CEO) office said in a release that polling would be held from 8 am to 5 pm on Thursday at 14,382 polling stations.

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