Railway Minister and BJP Karnataka election in-charge Piyush Goyal on Saturday said the Congress President Rahul Gandhi was on 'election tourism' in Karnataka, hence has been visiting the temples in the state.
Speaking to reporters here on Saturday, Goyal said that Rahul had visited temples during the Assembly elections in Gujarat and but had not visited any temple in the past three months. As Karnataka will soon go to polls, he has again commenced his visit to the temples.
He said the BJP will win two-third of the 224 seats in Karnataka Assembly and make the state free of the Congress as part of the party's agenda of creating a 'Congress Mukth Bharath'.
Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has been leading a corrupt government in the state and the BJPs agenda is to oust the party from the state, Goyal said.