PM Modi Overlooked the Deprived For the Privileged: Rahul Gandhi

Congress President Rahul Gandhi is in Madhya Pradesh as part of the Congress’s campaign for the upcoming elections.

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Congress President Rahul Gandhi, while addressing a rally in MP’s Datia, said Prime Minister Modi has no room in his heart for the oppressed or for women.

Gandhi is in Madhya Pradesh as part of the Congress’s campaign for the upcoming assembly elections.

“He (PM Modi) has room only for industrialists – Mehul Bhai, Nirav Bhai, Anil Bhai, Lalit Bhai. He never calls farmers and labourers ‘Bhai’. Have you ever heard Modi ji calling a poor man ‘Bhai’? Never. If he isn’t in suit-boot, he isn’t ‘Bhai’.”
Rahul Gandhi, Congress Chief

The Congress chief paid a visit to the Pitambara temple in MP's Datia, where he offered prayers to deity Pitambara and addressed a rally afterwards.

Addressing the rally, Rahul talked about loan waivers for farmers, the scams during the Modi government, and the ongoing Rafale fiasco.

Rahul said when he asked PM Modi if he would initiate loan waiver for the farmers, the PM did not respond.

He said the Prime Minister has a soft spot for big businessmen and has overlooked the country’s labourers, women and farmers.

Rahul Gandhi gave credit for India’s progress in the last 70 years to farmers, small businesses, youths, and the women of the country.

He also thanked Congress workers for their efforts. He said if the Congress party comes to power, it will be the party workers whose government it will be, not the MPs, MLAs and Ministers.

Later in the day, Gandhi also visited the samadhi of Madhavrao Scindia along with Congress leaders Kamal Nath and Jyotiraditya Scindia.

Gandhi also had a road show in Chhatri later in the evening.

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