BJP president Amit Shah Tuesday asked party workers to sweat for victory in the coming Rajasthan Assembly election, saying the state polls will be a Shah asked them to work hard for winning the elections scheduled later this year without bothering about who would be the chief minister or a minister in the next government. The party has already announced that Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje would be the CM candidate again in Rajasthan. The Bharatiya Janata Party chief said the workers should think only about the party symbol lotus and Bharat Mata when they campaign. He said the Shah said the workers should ask people what they felt about having Congress president Rahul Gandhi as prime minister, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee as external affairs minister and Samajwadi Partys Mulayam Singh Yadav as defence minister. Go to the public and highlight the work done by the Modi and the Raje governments, He said no one can defeat the BJP in Rajasthan. Targeting Congress, the BJP president said the party should first make clear who is its leader and what are its policies and programmes. He claimed the Congress has tried to create a state of confusion in the country, and referred to lynching of Mohammed Akhlaq in Dadri over alleged cow slaughter and the 2015 protest in which a group of writers returned their awards. Shah said every party worker should cover at least five villages till the elections and tell people about the work done by the government, like the surgical strike against Pakistan and the increase in minimum support price for farm produce. This is Shahs third visit since July to the poll-bound state ruled by the party.