Congress President Rahul Gandhi on 16 October 2018, not only launched a brutal attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi over Rafale row but also mimicked him while addressing a rally in Madhya Pradesh.
He recently addressed the rally and mimicked Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Copying Modi’s tone and speed of speech, amid cheers from his supporters, Gandhi said, “Narendra Modi becomes the PM and asks people not to call him Prime Minister but instead, call him ‘chowkidar’ (watchman)” Mr Gandhi said, speaking in a manner characteristic of PM Modi.
Not only this, Rahul Gandhi accused the Modi government of helping industrialists.
“The chowkidar calls you people ‘mitron’ (friends) but calls Nirav Modi, Mehul Choksi, (businessmen wanted in the 11,000 crore PNB scam) and Anil Ambani ‘bhai’ (brother)”, he added.
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He also targeted Modi over the Rafale fighter jet deal and his alleged proximity with a handful of industrialists.
“Congress party will win in Madhya Pradesh and form the government of farmers and youth. Congress karyakartas bear the brunt of fighting for people’s rights. They get beaten up and suffer to carve a path of future for the people of Madhya Pradesh,” said the Congress chief.
Rahul Gandhi also targeted Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan over Vyapam and E-tendering scam.
In his rallies, the Congress president has also targeted Anil Ambani, whose firm Reliance Defence is caught in a political storm over the Rafale fighter deal with France.
Recently Rahul Gandhi attacked PM Modi in Dholpur, Rajasthan
Earlier this week, Congress Chief Rahul Gandhi attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Dholpur, Rajasthan while he was addressing a mega rally in the state. Modi Government has “failed to provide employment to the youth in Rajasthan”, he stated.
“Narendra Modi ji made a promise that he will provide employment to the youth of the country. He said that under Make In India, goods like Trousers, T-shirts, shoes, microphones etc. will be produced in the country. He (Narendra Modi) has broken his promise. You know why? because he wants to help the richest of the rich people in India. Turn your phone, see it reads Made in China. I want it to be Made in Dholpur, Made in Rajasthan”.
Assembly elections will be held in Madhya Pradesh on November 28, in which the Congress is trying to dislodge the BJP, which has been ruling the state for three straight terms.
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