Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi wehile addressing a mammoth congress rally in Buldana as part of his ongoing campaign for the assembly polls in Maharashtra, launched a blistering attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi accusing him of double standards. Rahul Gandhi said that though Modi had promised to construct a huge statue of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, he was working against the principles that the leader stood for. “Our opposition pays tribute to the great soul of the country, Mahatma Gandhi, but they work against Gandhian principles. Congress has always worshipped the philosophy, values and principles of such great souls. This is the difference between the Congress and the opposition,” Rahul Gandhi said.
Monday, October 27, 2014
Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi speaks at Congress election rally at Ramtek, in Maharashtra as part of his campaign for the upcoming assembly polls. Rahul Gandhi said that though Modi had promised to construct a huge statue of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, he was working against the principles that the leader stood for. “Our opposition pays tribute to the great soul of the country, Mahatma Gandhi, but they work against Gandhian principles. Congress has always worshipped the philosophy, values and principles of such great souls.
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the ceasefire violations on Sunday while addressing a big election rally at Kalanwali, (Sirsa) in Haryana as part of his ongoing campaign for the upcoming assembly polls in the state and said that the onslaught from Pakistan restarted a day after the Prime Minister assured the country that things were back to normalcy. He also attacked Modi over incursions on the India-China border, alleging that the Prime Minister did not raise the issue with the Chinese President Xi Jinping.
While addressing election rallies at Maharashtra as part of his campaign for the upcoming assembly electio0ns in the state, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi took pot shots at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and said that after promising “achhe din” (good times), he was now fobbing off the people with the assurance that “jaldi thik ho jayega” (things will be all right soon) along the border with Pakistan.Addressing a rally at Saswad in Pune Rahul Gandhi said that during the Lok Sabha election campaign Mr Modi used to say that he would scare off Pakistan and China. “The last few days have seen ceasefire violations by Pakistan, which had not happened in the last ten years. There are casualties but still Modi says ‘jaldi thik ho jayega’,” he said. “Our jawans are being killed, our children are being slaughtered,” he said. “Earlier achhe din (good times) were promised. Now people laugh at this slogan,” said the Congress leader.
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Congress President Sonia Gandhi addressed a mammoth election rally at Tosham in Bhiwani, Haryana as part of her campaign for the upcoming assembly elections in the state. “Ensure each and every vote for Congress to secure the future of Haryana. Our govt will be pro-poor, pro-farmers will work for safety and security for women” she assured. “I bow to this land of freedom fighters of Pandit Neki Ram ji, Fateh Chand ji and Babu Gupta ji” she said.“We never give hollow promises. Whatever we say, we do. Haryana is the land of farmers. They have done a lot for development; it is the land of brave soldiers who fight to protect our nation. NDA govt and BJP shed crocodile tears. All their policies are anti-poor. Modi govt in a move to help American Pharma companies, increased prices of essential medicines, said Sonia Gandhi and charged, “NDA govt is trying to weaken MNREGA”.