Ahmedabad, Dec. 21 : Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi will on Wednesday address a public rally in Gujarat's Mehasana town where he is expected to take on Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his own turf.
The elections in the state are scheduled to be held next year end.
Counterattacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi for accusing opposition parties of stalling the parliamentary proceedings during the Winter Session, Gandhi yesterday said there is no gravity in former's words as they are hollow.
Continuing his attack against the Prime Minister over flaws in implementation of the demonetisation drive, Gandhi said the Reserve Bank of India is changing rules like the former changes his clothes.
At a rally in Uttar Pradesh' Jaunpur, Gandhi had earlier on Monday said that only one per cent people have 60 percent of the country's wealth and that "Modi has made fun of 99 per cent honest people through demonetisation".
Slamming the Congress vice-president for his remark, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) yesterday said that Gandhi only levels personal charges against Prime Minister Modi but cannot provide any evidence.