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Gujarat elections 2017 | Have ‘achhe din’ arrived, Rahul Gandhi asks Saurashtra

After demonetization and GST, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi attacked prime minister Narendra Modi over his achhe din promise, saying they had arrived only for a select few while most people continued to grapple with problems.”Have achhe din arrived? Did Gabbar Singh Tax bring achhe din? Did you queue up during notes ban and saw thieves converting black money into white? At least some people’s achhe din have come,” Gandhi said addressing a gathering at Lathi in the Patidar dominated Amreli district on Thursday.In an attempt to reach out to farmers, the Congress leader raised the issue of their land being taken away, and they not getting the right MSP for their produce.”The Modi government waived off loans of Rs1.30 lakh crore of five biggest industrialists last year, but there was no waiver for farmers. Modi ji is talking about farmers for 22 years, but has not given any benefit to them,” he said, promising that the Congress would start the process to waive farmer loans within ten days of forming the government.He also recalled that the UPA government had waived off loans worth Rs70,000 crore of farmers across the country. Later, at an event in Botad, he said that its the first time in a state that so many communities, be it Patidars, OBCs, Dalits or tribals, were agitating.”Only a few people in the state are not agitating,” he said. Gandhi also raised the issue of Rs33,000 crore favours granted to Tata Motors for Nano plant in Sanand, saying the money was almost equivalent to what the UPA government provided in a year for MGNREGA.”If the same Rs33,000 crore was invested in colleges or hospitals, you would not be required to spend lakhs of rupees for admission or for treatment,” he said. He also accused the Modi government of snatching farmers’ land and giving it away to industries. “Modi ji took away 6.5 lakh acre land of Gujarat’s farmers and gifted it to his friends,” he charged.Congress challenges BJP-ruled gujaratContinuing to target GST as Gabbar Singh Tax, the Congress scion alleged that it had destroyed small traders and industries. He alleged that corruption is rampant in Gujarat, saying no work happens without paying money.. He also came down heavily on the PM for his note-ban decisions saying it had resulted in the whole country queuing up at banks.
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Gujarat Elections 2017: PM Modi is a terrific actor, Rahul Gandhi hits back

On a day when both of them were campaigning in Gujarat, Rahul Gandhi attacked PM Modi saying he was a ‘terrific actor’. He claimed that PM Modi only ‘cried a few days before elections’, and not for farmers or students.He was quoted saying by ANI: “He is a terrific actor. You will see he will shed tears a few days before election. He will cry for everything but not for farmers. He will also not cry when students have to shell out money for taking admission in college or people have to go to hospital.”He added: “Congress will win in December. We will waive loans of farmers within 10 days. If govt will function, it will be for farmers, small and medium businesses and you. We will ask what you want and will run the govt accordingly.”Earlier in the day, he had tweeted and said people were demanding answers. 22 salon ka hisaab, Gujarat mange jawaab (Gujarat demands answers for 22 years of BJP rule), he tweeted.Seeking to pin the government down on the issue of housing, Gandhi asked the prime minister whether it would take 45 more years to provide new houses to Gujaratis.Giving numbers to buttress his argument, he said, “First question to the prime minister on the state of affairs in Gujarat – In 2012, he promised to provide 50 lakh new houses, but provided 4.72 lakh in five years. Will the prime minister tell whether it will take another 45 years to fulfil the promise?The prime minister and the opposition leader are in Gujarat today to campaign for their parties ahead of the December 9 and 14 assembly poll.Gandhi will campaign in the state for two days and will start with a visit to the famous Somnath temple.He will also hold public meetings in at least three districts today and tomorrow, party leaders said.Continuing his high decibel campaign in poll-bound Gujarat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today attacked Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for calling GST ‘Gabbar Singh Tax’ and said those who looted the country could only think of dacoits.Meanwhile, reacting to Gandhi’s criticism of GST, Modi said a recently emerged “economist” was propagating a “grand stupid thought” by suggesting that GST rate be capped at 18 per cent.Making a fresh bid for power in his home state, where the BJP has ruled for over two decades, Modi also listed various development works by the government on water conservation, agriculture and development of the Saurashtra region.Addressing a huge rally in Morbi town in the region, which goes to polls in the first phase on December 9, he accused the Congress of taking credit for minor schemes, like providing hand-pumps, while saying that the BJP rule brought in major works like the Narmada project.Making a strong appeal to the people to vote for the BJP in this Patidar community stronghold, Modi said his party should not be voted out for 100 years.”Today, some so called smart people, some new economists have emerged who are misleading people,” he declared in his speech in Gujarati.”Those who have looted people throughout their life, they can only remember dacoits,” Modi said in a reply to Gandhi’s ‘Gabbar Singh Tax’ jibe, recalling the iconic villain from the Bollywood blockbuster “Sholay”.He said Gandhi was propagating a ‘grand stupid thought’ in the name of GST, telling people that they will slash all tax rates and make it 18 per cent.This means 18 per cent tax on salt and 18 per cent tax on luxury cars costing Rs 5 crore, he noted.”What kind of smartness is this… how has such an economist emerged here. You want to make goods used by the poor like clothes, footwear and food costlier and you want to make cigarettes and liquor cheaper,” he said, ripping into the “anti poor” Congress over its criticism of the tax reform.The prime minister went on to say that making cigarettes cheaper means bringing cancer in every home and asked which rich businessmen the opposition leader sought to benefit by making liquor cheaper.He also brought up Rahul Gandhi’s grandmother, the late Indira Gandhi.Recalling the Macchu dam flood tragedy of 1979 in Morbi,the prime minister said he had spent one month working in the town after the disaster as an RSS and Jan Sangh worker.”I remember Indira Gandhi had come here and Chitralekha (a local language magazine) had printed her photo with a handkerchief over her nose, trying to avoid the stench, while another photo on the same front page had RSS workers carrying dead bodies,” he said.”Those who have helped us in times of difficulties should be remembered,” he added.Modi then went on to list how his government had worked to bring waters from the Narmada to the parched regions of Saurashtra and Kutch.”The Congress’ development model was giving hand-pumps. For the BJP it is the SAUNI scheme (the Narmada water project for Saurashtra region), where we will fill dams of Saurashtra through huge pipelines.”The culture of this parched land, Modi said, was to give respect to those who have tried to do something to provide water.”The BJP has done many things and it should not be thrown out of power in the state for the next 100 years,” Modi said.Rahul Gandhi is also in Gujarat today and tomorrow and is expected to address multiple rallies.Modi had on Monday pushed the BJP’s campaign in his home state into a high gear by addressing four back-to-back rallies.Elections to the 182-member Gujarat Assembly will be held in two phases on December 9 and 14. The votes will be counted on December With inputs from PTI
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Congress hates Modi and Gujarat because they never had to sweat: PM in Palitana

On Tuesday, PM Modi launched another scathing attack on Congress as he campaigned in Palitana.After speaking in Morbi, he castigated the grand old party he said that the party blocked the Narmada project which would’ve helped Gujarat’s farmers.He said: “When I was Chief Minister I would plead to the Congress and Congress leaders in Gujarat to let us get the Narmada project moving and help our farmers but Congress was not interested.”He went on to add that the Congress hated development and Gujarat. He said: “They hate development, they hate Gujarat, they hate Modi & now they hate sweat also. That is because they have never had to sweat it out in life & work hard. They are mocking everyone who works hard. This is their mindset. Such hatred for the poor is shocking.”Earlier, he attacked Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for calling GST ‘Gabbar Singh Tax’ and said those who looted the country could only think of dacoits.In a stinging rebuttal to Gandhi’s repeated criticism of the Goods and Services Tax, a key economic reform of the NDA government, Modi said a recently emerged “economist” was propagating a “grand stupid thought” by suggesting that GST rate be capped at 18 per cent.Also readGujarat elections: Rahul demands, ’22 salon ka hisaab’, Modi rakes up Indira Gandhi’s Morbi visitMaking a fresh bid for power in his home state, where the BJP has ruled for over two decades, Modi also listed various development works by the government on water conservation, agriculture and development of the Saurashtra region.Addressing a huge rally in Morbi town in the region, which goes to polls in the first phase on December 9, he accused the Congress of taking credit for minor schemes, like providing hand-pumps, while saying that the BJP rule brought in major works like the Narmada project.Also readDon’t do discrimination based on state politics: PM ModiMaking a strong appeal to the people to vote for the BJP in this Patidar community stronghold, Modi said his party should not be voted out for 100 years.”Today, some so called smart people, some new economists have emerged who are misleading people,” he declared in his speech in Gujarati.”Those who have looted people throughout their life, they can only remember dacoits,” Modi said in a reply to Gandhi’s ‘Gabbar Singh Tax’ jibe, recalling the iconic villain from the Bollywood blockbuster “Sholay”.He said Gandhi was propagating a ‘grand stupid thought’ in the name of GST, telling people that they will slash all tax rates and make it 18 per cent.This means 18 per cent tax on salt and 18 per cent tax on luxury cars costing Rs 5 crore, he noted.”What kind of smartness is this… how has such an economist emerged here. You want to make goods used by the poor like clothes, footwear and food costlier and you want to make cigarettes and liquor cheaper,” he said, ripping into the “anti poor” Congress over its criticism of the tax reform.The prime minister went on to say that making cigarettes cheaper means bringing cancer in every home and asked which rich businessmen the opposition leader sought to benefit by making liquor cheaper.He also brought up Rahul Gandhi’s grandmother, the late Indira Gandhi.Recalling the Macchu dam flood tragedy of 1979 in Morbi, the prime minister said he had spent one month working in the town after the disaster as an RSS and Jan Sangh worker.”I remember then prime minister Indira Gandhi had come here and Chitralekha (a local language magazine) had printed her photo with a handkerchief over her nose, trying to avoid the stench, while another photo on the same front page had RSS workers carrying dead bodies,” he said.”Those who have helped us in times of difficulties should be remembered,” he added.Modi then went on to list how his government had worked to bring waters from the Narmada to the parched regions of Saurashtra and Kutch.”The Congress’ development model was giving hand-pumps.For the BJP it is the SAUNI scheme (the Narmada water project for Saurashtra region), where we will fill dams of Saurashtra through huge pipelines.”The culture of this parched land, Modi said, was to give respect to those who have tried to do something to provide water.”The BJP has done many things and it should not be thrown out of power in the state for the next 100 years,” Modi said.Rahul Gandhi is also in Gujarat today and tomorrow and is expected to address multiple rallies.Modi had on Monday pushed the BJP’s campaign in his home state into a high gear by addressing four back-to-back rallies.Elections to the 182-member Gujarat Assembly will be held in two phases on December 9 and 14. The votes will be counted on DecemberWith inputs from PTI
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Vijay Rupani accuses Rahul of lying

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Chief minister Vijay Rupani on Friday accused Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi of lying and quoting false figures to attack the state government. He also came down heavily on Gandhi for his incessant criticism of demonetisation and GST.”During his Gujarat visits in the past month, Rahul has been resorting to lies. He is quoting different figures but no one knows what the basis is,” Rupani told the media.The CM said that Rahul Gandhi had pegged the number of unemployed persons in Gujarat at 30 lakh in his speeches.”We do not know where he got the figure from. As of September 2017, the number of unemployed youths registered with employment exchanges in the state was 5.75 lakh, and not 30 lakh,” he said.He also said that for every 1,000 residents, the number of jobless in Gujarat stood at just 9, as against 125 in Kerala, 106 in Himachal Pradesh, 27 in Punjab and 15 in Karnataka.Rupani said that Gujarat had consistently topped in creating job pools among all states over the years.Dismissing Gandhi’s claim that 13,000 schools had closed down in the state, he said that the number had in fact gone up by 17,000 since 2000.Rupani also came down heavily on the Congress leader for saying that Narmada water was being supplied to industries, saying only 2 per cent of the water goes to industries, while 98 per cent is supplied for drinking and irrigation purposes.The BJP leader further attacked Gandhi for his criticism on the note ban, saying that people support the fight against black money. He pointed out that BJP had won the gram panchayat elections in Gujarat, and Assembly elections in many states, which were held soon after demonetisation.Rupani also slammed Gandhi for his description of GST as Gabbar Singh Tax, saying finance ministers of all Congress ruled states were part of the decisions taken by the GST Council.”None of its FMs opposed any decision in 90 meetings of the Council, but Congress is now claiming credit for lowering the tax rates,” he said, adding that it was not right to link the move to Gujarat polls.

‘Storm in eyes but why is ‘Saheb’ quiet’, Rahul Gandhi attacks PM Modi over Delhi smog

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Sunday recalled lines from a Bollywood film song to take an apparent swipe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the toxic air in the national capital.Gandhi gave a new twist to a couplet from a song in the 1978 film “Gaman”, which looked at life in a city, and without naming Modi, indirectly referred to government inaction on pollution.”Seene mein jalan/aankhon mein toofaan sa kyun hai/ iss sheher mein/ har shaks/ pareshaan saa kyun hai…(Ache in the heart, storm in the eyes/ why is everybody in the city so troubled),” he tweeted, in a clear allusion to the high levels of air pollution.He added a new line to the words, bringing in a “Saheb” who remains quiet despite being in the know.”Kya batayeinge Saheb, sab jaankar anjaan kyun hain,” Gandhi said on Twitter.He also posted with his tweet a picture of children wearing masks and a news report that said 18 lakh people died in India because of air pollution.The Congress vice president has these days taken to Twitter with a series of one-liners, often using popular cultural idioms, to attack Modi, his ministers and the government.In a recent tweet, he had drawn a comparison between the government’s GST and Bollywood villain Gabbar Singh from the film Sholay.Today’s tweet comes in the wake of a toxic haze enveloping Delhi and surrounding areas, leaving people gasping for breath.

BJP giving public wealth to corporates: Rahul Gandhi

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>In his seventh visit to Gujarat since August, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi began his campaigning in North Gujarat on Saturday by speaking about GST, effects of demonetization on masses, job losses, privatised and costly education and health services.Starting his three-day North Gujarat tour from Chiloda village in Gandhinagar, the Congress scion said the BJP governments are transferring wealth of masses to a few corporates. He also attributed the reduction of GST rate on Friday to the pressure from Congress and small businessmen of Gujarat.During a public meeting at Chhala village in Gandhinagar, he said that BJP government has converted GST into Gabbar Singh Tax. “You must have seen Sholay. Gabbar Singh was looting money from the vulnerable people. BJP government is also doing the same. This is not our model of GST. We will continue to fight till there is a real one tax,” Gandhi said.He said if Congress comes to power, it will work for improving health and education services for masses besides welfare of farmers, women and workers.At another meeting at Prantij in Sabarkantha district, he said that successive BJP governments in Gujarat have privatised education and health, making them costly and unaffordable to the majority.“If your child wants admission in engineering college, be ready to pay lakhs as fee. If someone wants treatment in private hospitals, they have to pay lakhs and without it they are not allowed to enter,” the Congress leader said.Gandhi also charged PM Narendra Modi of turning a blind eye to corruption by relatives of those associated with the BJP governments. At Prantij, he said, “Modi has a new mantra. ‘Na mein bolunga, na bolne dunga,’. We want an inquiry into the matter. Modiji, if you are not ordering an inquiry, at least say that.”

Centre may have made slab changes to GST, but structural change is needed: Rahul Gandhi

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday during his trip to Gujarat continued his tirade against the Central government’s implementation of ‘Gabbar Singh Tax’.While addressing locals during a public meeting at Chhala village near Gandhinagar, Gandhi said, “Gabbar Singh Tax reforms have been made after the Congress put pressure on the Central government. This was not our model. We want a simple tax and will continue to fight until we get one. Though they have changed the slabs there is still need for structural change.”He also said that if Congress comes to power, it will work for improving health and education services for the masses and for the welfare of farmers, women and workers.North Gujarat is an extremely important region for the Congress. Even as its electoral base has steadily declined in other parts of the state in recent years, it has managed to hold on to its support base in north Gujarat. In fact, Congress had won 17 seats in the region in 2012 polls, more than 15 won by BJP.Gandhi had visited Saurashtra for four days, and central and south Gujarat for three days each. He had visited flood-hit areas of Banaskantha in the first week of August, and attended various events in Ahmedabad in the same month. He had also visited Surat earlier this week on November 8, the anniversary of demonetisation, his seventh visit to the state in three months. He is also expected to campaign extensively in the run-up to the polls.

Rahul Gandhi’s Gabbar Singh Tax mantra for BJP: Don’t waste India’s time, acknowledge your incompetence

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Keeping up his attack on the government over the Goods and Services Tax (GST), Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi today said his party will not allow imposition of the “Gabbar Singh Tax” and asked the Centre to do some course correction shedding “arrogance”.Taking to Twitter, he also said that the government cannot break the back of small and medium size enterprises in the country, crush the informal sector and destroy millions of jobs.Gandhi’s remarks come in the wake of the GST Council meeting held in Guwahati where it was decided that tax rate on a wide range of mass use items would be reduced.”We will not allow BJP to impose a Gabbar Singh Tax on India. They cannot break the back of the small and medium businesses, crush the informal sector and destroy millions of jobs. #GSTCouncilMeet,” Gandhi tweeted.He suggested the government to give the country a “genuine simple tax”. The government, he said, should not “waste time” of the country by allegedly engaging in lip service.”… acknowledge your incompetence, shed your arrogance and listen to the people of India,” he said on the micro- blogging site.Talking to reporters here, Congress spokesperson Abhishek Manu Singhvi sought to find “flaws” in the GST, saying it cannot be a “one nation, one tax” if 40 per cent to 45 per cent of the goods or services are kept out of its ambit.He questioned the timing of the GST Council meeting, which he said, took place ahead of the Gujarat assembly polls (scheduled to be held on December 9 and December 14).Hitting out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his government, Singhvi said the Centre has been going about implementing the GST “without thinking first”.”The prime minister and his government first shoot, then they aim and then think, be it on the issues of demonetisation or GST. And that is exactly what is happening in case of GST,” he added.​

Quit throne, if you can’t control inflation: Rahul Gandhi tells PM Modi

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Another day, another innovative way of hitting out at Narendra Modi government by Congress VP Rahul Gandhi. This time, Rahul posted a small poem to attack the Modi government on Twitter. He tweeted, ” “Mehngi gas, mehnga ration, band karo khokhla bhashan, daam bandho, kaam do, varna khali karo singhasan.” It roughly translates to, ” Gas and ration have become costly. Stop your hollow speeches, get a control on prices, provide job or vacate the throne’. Along with the tweet, he attached a news report on rising prices of liquefied petroleum gas and other items. During his Gujarat tour, Gandhi caught the attention of people, especially social media users, with his attack on the Modi government over rising prices, unemployment, demonetization, poor economy and the Goods and Services Tax. He also called GST as the Gabbar Singh Tax, which became an instant hit on social media. With agency inputs

More power to Congress? Gujarat Dalit leader meets Rahul Gandhi, pledges to defeat BJP

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Even as Patidar leader Hardik Patel has not cleared the suspense over his support for the Congress in the upcoming Gujarat Elections, another influential Dalit leadre met Rahul Gandhi today.Rashtriya Dalit Adhikar Manch’s convenor Jignesh Mevani, who gained political prominence after the last year’s Una flogging incident, met the Congress Vice President in south Gujarat on Friday.Though he joined Gandhi scion’s Navsarjan Yatra in Navsari, Mevani maintained that he is not joining the Congress.“Met Rahul Ji. He told us 90 per cent of our demands aren’t demands but our constitutional rights which will be included in manifesto,” Mevani said.He also said that he will work with the Congress to defeat the ruling BJP in the state.Meanwhile, earlier in the day, Gandhi continued his election campaign in the state.Addressing a rally, he said that if Congress comes to power, it will change the GST.Criticising the GST implemented by the Narendra Modi government, Gandhi said, “This is not the GST, this is Gabbar Singh Tax. Its aim is to take away your hard earned money.”“If you ask us to make changes in the GST or its structure, I assure you that the day we come to power in country we will change it. We will bring in a GST that will benefit you,” he added.

Those used to 2G, coal scam will have trouble with genuine taxes: Jaitley on Rahul’s Gabbar remark

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>On Tuesday, during his press conference Finance Minister Arun Jaitley hit back at Rahul Gandhi for calling GST Gabbar Singh Tax. He said: “Those who are used to 2G, coal scam will have problems paying genuine tax.” Stepping up his attack against the government over GST, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi today took the Gabbar Singh analogy further by referencing the Bollywood villain’s dialogue to say it was a tax that coveted people’s earnings.Gandhi, who had yesterday described the goods and services tax as “Gabbar Singh Tax” during a rally in Gujarat, today recalled a much quoted dialogue from “Sholay” to sharpen his attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi.”Congress GST = Genuine Simple Tax. Modi ji’s GST = Gabbar Singh Tax = yeh kamaai mujhe de de (give me the income),” Gandhi said on Twitter.Gabbar Singh was the name of the dacoit in the Ramesh Sippy-directed 1975 Bollywood blockbuster. The character, played by late actor Amjad Khan, says at one point of time in the film, “Ye haath mujhe de de Thakur (another character)”.Gandhi had targeted the Centre over the issue yesterday in a rally in Gandhinagar and called for changes in the new tax regime to make it simple.”Their GST is not GST. GST means Gabbar Singh Tax. This is causing a loss to the country. Small shopkeepers are finished. Lakhs of youths have been unemployed. But they are still not ready to listen,” he had said.He had also stated that the Modi dispensation went ahead with its version of the GST despite the Congress warning the government about the tax regime’s “adverse impact”. PTI ENM SKCWith inputs from PTI

UP campaign: Bollywood ‘tadka’ adds zing to political speeches

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Bollywood provided the perfect fodder for witty repartees this poll season as Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and Rahul Gandhi used dialogues from superhit films Sholay, Bahubali and DDLJ to launch attacks on rivals. The classic case was that of the Prime Minister asking if the SP-Cong tie up was a case of “Aa Gale Lag Ja”, referring to a movie by that name while Rahul Gandhi said that Narendra Modi had set out to be SRK of DDLJ with his “achhe din” promise but ended up as “Gabbar” of Sholay. Interestingly, the ruling Samajwadi Party’s star campaigner Akhilesh Yadav has been depicted as the main protagonist in the state in spoofs of some Bollywood blockbusters. The ball was set rolling by Rahul at an election meeting in the Congress pocket borough Rae Bareli on February 17 when he termed the Prime Minister’s promises before the 2014 Lok Sabha elections and his alleged failure to keep them by referring to the iconic ‘Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayange’ and Gabbar Singh of ‘Sholay’. “You must have seen the movie ‘Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge’, have you? Do you remember it? In the film there is a promise of ‘achhe din’ (good days). But after two-and-a-half years what has come out is Gabbar Singh of ‘Sholay’,” he had said referring to the fearsome character modelled on a real-life dacoit of the same name. The Prime Minister also made references to films to drive home his point. In Mau, from where mafia-turned-politician Mukhtar Ansari is contesting as BSP nominee from jail, Modi had referred to the magnum opus ‘Bahubali’ when he asked “Katappa ney bahubali ko kyun maara”. “There is a movie called Bahubali. Katappa, a character in the film, destroyed everything of Bahubali. This man with a stick (referring to BJP’s ally Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party election symbol on the dais next to him) has this power. This stick is sufficient. This is the stick of law and will show its power on March 11,” Modi had stressed. Earlier too, Modi had cited the example of a film “Aa Gale Lag Jaa” to make his point. Targeting the SP-Congress “unusual friendship” which came through after Congress’ campaign ’27 saal, UP behaal’, Modi asked in his inimitable style, “What happened … Aa Gale Lag Ja?” (MORE)(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

People will take revenge on BJP for note ban: Rahul, Akhilesh

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi and SP chief Akhilesh Yadav today attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi over demonetisation saying people will take revenge on BJP and its leaders will have to get “blood pressure checked” after 3rd and 4th phase of polling. “BJP has put common man in queue for their own money. Now in the elections they will once again queue up against BJP. BJP has come to know about the people’s mind and after the third and fourth phase, blood pressure of BJP leaders will have to be checked,” Akhilesh told a rally with Rahul by his side. “When PM needs water in between his address and he has to wipe his sweat, then think how much people will make him sweat,” he said. Stating that “mood of Modi has changed after his friendship with Akhilesh”, Rahul said, “Now smile has evaporated from his face. He has also come to know that in UP, SP and Congress are going to form the government.” “Like after Bihar polls Modi did not utter the word Bihar, he will forget UP till 2019,” he said. “After showing film of ‘achchhe din’ to people now he (PM) is acting like Gabbar Singh of Sholay and says he wants to fight corruption and turned your hard-earned money into paper. Now people will take revenge,” said Rahul. Trying to strike an emotional chord with the people of Bundelkhand, Akhilesh reminded them of “empty water train sent for them by the Centre during drought” and claimed that the state government had come to their rescue. Akhilesh also attacked Mayawati and cautioned people not to vote for BSP as it had joined hands with BJP earlier. Rahul, who was very vocal against PM, said that after his 30-day Kisan Yatra he made a demand before the Prime Minister to waive loans of farmers but Modi “kept mum when I met him in this regard”. “Now he is saying let BJP win and he will get the loans waived. Modiji you are PM, call a cabinet meeting and waive the loans. For this you don’t need to win elections,” he said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

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