Rahul Gandhi assails PM; Shah calls him 'failed leader'

Saul Franklin
April 26, 2018

Rahul also pointed out that the BJP won't be allowed to touch the constitution. Taking a jibe at the opposition party chief, the BJP said the "man who can not write two lines without looking at his mobile phone, he wants to speak for 15 minutes".

He also suggested that there was a difference between the Congress and the BJP governments when it came to protecting members of the media.

Congress president Rahul Gandhi alleged that institutions were being packed with people who believed in the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh's ideology.

He threw a 15-minute challenge at the Prime Minister.

Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Monday questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi on associating spirituality with cleaning of toilets and also took a jibe at him on frying of "pakodas". Continuing his tirade against Prime Minister Modi, Rahul further said, "Earlier this government said Beti Padhao, Beti Bachao but now Modiji will say is "Beti Bachao, BJP ke logon se bachao".

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Quoting statement from his (PM Modi) book Karmyogi, Rahul said, "In his book "Karmayog", the Prime Minister has justified manual scavenging by calling it a "spiritual experience" for the Valmiki community".

The Congress leader would proceed to Dharmasthala temple town after addressing the people near Brahmashri Narayana Guru circle in Bantwal, the sources said. "This speaks volumes about his anti-Dalit mindset".

"I will not get into the reasons (which everybody knows) but I will say that this is a part of a larger trend to demonize and weaken every institution that seeks to maintain its individual identity and (does) not kowtow to the dynasty", he said in a Facebook post. The grand old party on Sunday accused the PM Modi- led Centre of "systematically destroying" the Constitution and being a big threat to the Constitution. "Like in the past, we need to protect the Constitution from the Congress", he said.

Congress president Rahul Gandhi speaking at the launch of "Save the Constitution" campaign in Delhi on Monday.

The court had on Thursday dismissed petitions seeking a probe into the death of special CBI judge B.H. Loya, who was hearing the Sohrabuddin Sheikh fake encounter case in which BJP chief Amit Shah was an accused. "Clearly, by "philosophy and outlook", he meant commitment to the Nehru-Gandhi family", Shah wrote in his blog.

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