Rahul Gandhi Kick-Starts Two-Day MP Campaign With Massive Roadshow
Congress President Rahul Gandhi kick-started his two-day visit to poll-bound Madhya Pradesh with a massive roadshow.
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Congress President Rahul Gandhi kick-started his two-day visit to poll-bound Madhya Pradesh on Thursday, 27 September, by first offering prayers at the famous Kamtanath Temple in Chitrakoot.
Soon after this, he addressed rallies in Chitrakoot, Satna and Rewa. Later during the day, he held a massive roadshow at Rewa.
Kicks Off Madhya Pradesh Visit From Kamtanath Temple
Rahul started the second leg of his visit to poll-bound Madhya Pradesh by offering prayers at the Kamtanath Temple in Chitrakoot.
Rahul was accompanied by Madhya Pradesh Congress president Kamal Nath, state party campaign committee chairman Jyotiraditya Scindia and Leader of Opposition in MP Assembly, Ajay Singh.
‘Chowkidar’ Helped Rob the Country: Rahul Gandhi
Rahul launched a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing rallies in Satna and Chitrakoot on the first day of his two-day visit to Madhya Pradesh.
He said Modi had claimed to be a watchman to protect the country's interests but he "turned out to be a 'chowkidar' of (industrialists) Anil Ambani and Vijay Mallya".
“Mitron, I don’t want to be your prime minister. I want to become your ‘chowkidar’. Later, we got to know that he was acting as Anil Ambani’s ‘chowkidar’.”Rahul Gandhi, Congress President.
"As soon as we come to power, we will change the 'Gabbar Singh Tax' into the real tax. We will implement one tax at lowest rates," the Congress leader promised the crowd in Madhya Pradesh.
Massive Roadshow Attracts a Huge Crowd
After the Bhopal roadshow, a huge crowd gathered to take part in Rahul Gandhi’s roadshow in Rewa.
At this roadshow, Gandhi said that when he asked PM Modi his reason for giving Anil Ambani the Rafale deal, the PM was not even able to look him in the eye.
He also said that unlike Modi who gives loans “only to 50-20 of his rich friends,” the Congress will open banks for all small and medium enterprises.
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