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BJP govt actively participating in corruption: Rahul

March 24 2018, 07:41 | Irvin Gilbert

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"I look forward to your sermon", said Gandhi in a tweet attaching a picture of Modi's tweet urging people to share ideas for his monthly radio programme "Mann ki Baat".

While talking to the reporters, Rahul was asked about the PNB scam of Rs.11,400 crore, to which he replied, "Narendra Modi is not against corruption, he is an instrument of corruption".

On Tuesday too, Gandhi had attacked the Prime Minister during his election rally in Meghalaya.

It may be mentioned that AICC chief Rahul Gandhi is on a two-day visit to the state.

Rahul's tweet reads, "Modi Ji, last month you ignored my suggestions for your Mann Ki Baat monologue". Commenting on Rahul Gandhi's religion, BS Yeddyurappa took to his Twitter account and in a "welcome" message for Rahul Gandhi, he had said, "I heartily welcome #ElectionHindu Rahul Gandhi to Ballari".

Alleging that the BJP policy is to divide and oppress and is nasty, the Congress president said, You can see Narendra Modi talks of corruption day in and day out but doesnt answer where the money the BJP spends in their campaigns come from.

From the absconding diamond merchant Nirav Modi who swindled several thousand crores from banks to the allegedly sponsored facelift of churches in the north east which was turned down by the religious heads, Rahul cited everything and condemned every act.

While, both BJP and Congress prepare for the upcoming assembly elections in the state, Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying that he was not talking about important issues in the country and was interested in doing politics.

Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah, attacking the BJP over the multi crores PNB scam. But the people of the state are intelligent and will not allow them.

The Conrad Sangma led NPP's alleged bonhomie with the BJP did not go unnoticed by Rahul Gandhi as he cautioned the people to be wary of the "B" team of the saffron party.

The Congress, Gandhi said, is the voice of the people of the country and Meghalaya and expressed confidence on its win in the northeastern state.

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