Rahul Gandhi says he ‘still doesn’t have a home', called PM Modi and Adani ‘one’
Rahul Gandhi says he ‘still doesn’t have a home',  called PM Modi and Adani ‘one’

Rahul Gandhi attended Congress's Raipur plenary session. He begins his address at the Congress Plenary session. The congress leader in his speech said that he met thousands of people during Bharat Jodo Yatra. He also talked about PM Modi’s connection to Adani. 

During his address Rahul Gandhi spoke about Bharat Jodo Yatra. He said, “I learned a lot. I walked for my nation from Kanyakumari to Kashmir. Thousands connected to me and party during the yatra. I listened to all problems of farmers and realized their pain. We instilled a love for the tricolor in the youth of Kashmir through Bharat Jodo Yatra, BJP had taken it away.”

The Congress leader further said that he still don’t have a home and Kashmir is like a home for him. He said, “52 years have passed, and I still don’t have a home, but when reached Kashmir, it felt like home. The yatra was to make people of all castes and age groups feel at home. People were not talking about political things to me during the yatra, but it all changed when I reached Kashmir.” 

 Rahul Gandhi in his speech also claims that  'Adani and PM Modi are one', and questions why BJP defended him.  Rahul Gandhi explaining his point said, "I criticized Gautam Adani in Parliament and asked what relationship he has with PM Modi. The government and its ministers came to the defence of the businessman." He further asked, “One cannot ask questions about Adani in Parliament… We will continue to ask questions till the truth comes out.” 

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