Quick review of certain statements from PM Modi and Rahul Gandhi

May 03 2018 06:20 PM
Quick review of certain statements from PM Modi and Rahul Gandhi

Today PM Modi and Rahul Gandhi are rallying different places for the campaign for Karnataka assembly elections. During their procession, both the leaders have splashed words on each other.
Here is the summery of the certain statements of both PM Modi and Rahul Gandhi:

Rahul Gandhi:
--BJP wants to send Reddy Brothers to the Legislative Assembly. After Gabbar Singh Tax (GST), a full-fledged gang of Gabbar Singh has come. Here, Gabbar's whole gang is gathered including Kalia and Samba.
--Jai Shah, son of Ameet Shah, a friend of Mody
ji, gets 50 thousand company converted into 80 crores, Modiji does not speak anything on this. If talk straight then it is a clear case of theft.
--Whenever Modi is afraid, he will do evil to some person. Whatever he speaks about me, it does not make any difference. Rahul included that 'no matter how bad I am, I will not attack my Prime Minister personally.'
--If you really care about PM Modi then it is ok, hence you can say if Siddaramaiah Ji will forgive the Rs 8000 crores of Karnataka farmers, then the Government of India will give thousand-two thousand crore rupees to them.

PM Modi:
-Congress's biggest leader can insult 'Vande Mataram' in a crowded meeting, it is difficult for him to have positive feelings towards the country. In Karnataka, the Congress used to speak that Dalit leader Mallikarjun Kharge will be made Chief Minister. But when the election was done, his box was closed.
--Our current army commander was called corrupt by a Congress leader, but the Congress respected him instead of taking action on them.
--I want to ask those who have removed the candle march in Delhi when there was torture with the Dalit daughter in Bidar where were your candlelight?
--There is 'Siddha-Rupaiya' government in Karnataka. This government has drowned Karnataka on the debt burden. When Rupaiya is sinking due to the misdeeds of the government, how are the treasures of Congress ministers being filled up? The people of Bellary, the people of Karnataka, ask for the accountability of the 
rupaiya government.
--When Madam Sonia Gandhi had contested from the Bellary, she had talked about a package of Rs 3,000 crore. Sonia Ji forgot her promise after winning the elections. The whole thing got airy.

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