Rahul Gandhi targets PM Modi over falling Puducherry government
Rahul Gandhi targets PM Modi over falling Puducherry government

Kochi: Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi, who is on a two-day tour of his constituency Wayanad in the electoral state of Kerala, has fiercely attacked the Narendra Modi government at the Center. He said that the Modi government topples elected governments one after the other. He said that winning elections for the first time in independent India means losing elections and losing elections means winning elections.

In Kerala, Rahul Gandhi said, 'For the first time there is a government in Delhi, which is imposing its will and power on the judiciary. The government is not allowing the judiciary to do what it should and it is not only with the judiciary, they do not allow us to discuss any issue in the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha'. It is noteworthy that in Puducherry, CM V Narayanasamy resigned on Monday before a vote of confidence in the Assembly. Earlier, some Congress MLAs had resigned, making Narayanasamy's government a minority.

Puducherry, the only fortress left in South India of the Congress which lost its power in Karnataka two years ago, also collapsed on Monday. Once upon a time, there used to be a strong fort of Congress in South India, but today it too has gone out of the hands of Congress.

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