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Sunday, July 5, 2015

Rahul Gandhi addresses Congress Chief Ministers

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi addressed a conference of the Chief ministers of the party ruled states. She pointed out that the attempt to reduce coverage of food security from 67% to 40% is alarming while the entire system of food procurement, including MSP (minimum support price to farmers) is under assault.

Saturday, July 4, 2015

Rahul Gandhi addresses rally in Kolkata, slams PM Modi, CM Mamata Banerjee

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi came down heavily on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, accusing him of trying to deflect attention away from the NDA government’s “unfulfilled promises”, and also targeted West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. He also slammed NDA govt over land bill as he referred to agrarian and tribal agitations in Nandigram, Bhatta Parsaul and Niyamgri. “When our (UPA) government was there, our PM wanted to go to Bangladesh. We spoke to her and requested Mamata Banerjee to go with us. She said no, ‘ekla chalo re’ (I will go alone). Now, Modiji is there, so no ‘ekla chalo re’. We will go together. Why is this happening? What is the friendship about? You must be knowing the reason,” said Rahul Gandhi.

Friday, July 3, 2015

Rahul Gandhi says, 'NDA government has killed UPA’s land Act'

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday accused the NDA government of "killing" the land bill passed by the previous UPA government.

Sonia Gandhi addresses Congress Chief Ministers

Congress President Sonia Gandhi addressed all Chief Ministers from the Congress ruled state. She urged them to take proper initiatives for the welfare of the people and to strengthen the party.

Thursday, July 2, 2015

Rahul Gandhi addresses public meeting at Dabhra, (Chhattisgarh)

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi addressed a public meeting at Dabhra in Chhattisgarh after undertaking a huge padyatra. He slammed the central government for its anti-poor and anti-farmer policies.
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