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Friday, December 12, 2014

Sonia Gandhi at Anantnag: Congress worked for Jammu Kashmir development without any bias

Congress President Sonia Gandhi struck an emotional chord with the people of Jammu and Kashmir by praising them for taking part in the ongoing assembly polls with enthusiasm. While addressing a Congress poll rally in Anantnag , Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday said it was her party that had worked for the development of the state without any bias. "It is easy to showcase dreams, but the Congress party actually worked for the development of everyone without any kind of bias and keeping the ground realities in mind," Sonia Gandhi said. "When Ghulam Nabi Azad was Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir, the state witnessed an earthquake, the relief work was faster than what is being done after floods. Why is the relief work after floods slow?" asked Sonia Gandhi.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Rahul Gandhi at Manika in Jharkhand attacks Modi's acche din promise

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing a rally at Manika in poll-bound Jharkhand. "There is no dearth of funds and resources in Jharkhand and the question is who is benefitting out of this, people of Jharkhand or industrialist from outside the state, " he said. He accused the Central govt of changing all the schemes laws the Congress had launched for the poor and said that BJP gives money very easily to the rich people. "Industrialist get thousands of crore loan by SBI in two minutes. We don't want such a govt, " Rahul Gandhi said.

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Sonia Gandhi addresses rally at Bandipora, J&K: Congress does not believe in divisive politics

Congress President Sonia Gandhi kick-started her campaign for the upcoming assembly polls in Jammu and Kashmir addressed a mammoth election rally at Bandipora in the state. She accused the BJP of playing politics over providing relief to flood victims of Jammu and Kashmir and also said the ruling party at the Centre promised the sky but did not follow it up with action.Striking an emotional chord with the people in the state, the Congress President said, "The Congress has a century-long relationship with Kashmir. This relationship brings me to Kashmir time and again."
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