Did PM Modi have tea with you all? Rahul Gandhi asks at Champaran rally as Bihar votes for 1st section

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Addressing his election rally at Champaran, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday doubled down on BJP-JD(U) for “destroying” Bihar as 71 constituencies of the state are polling for the primary section of Bihar Assembly Election 2020.

“When Prime Minister Narendra Modi came here last time he promised that a sugar factory will be set up here and he will have tea with you all. Do you remember? Did he have tea with you?” Rahul Gandhi stated. The Congress chief stated he was stunned to see Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s effigies getting burnt in Dussehra in Punjab. This is unhappy and mustn’t occur as he’s the prime minister of the nation, however this how Punjab farmers really feel about him, Rahul Gandhi added.

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“What Nitish Kumar did to Bihar in 2006, PM Modi is doing the same to Punjab and to the rest of the country,” Rahul Gandhi stated referring to the three farm legal guidelines lately handed by Parliament.

Talking about Bihar’s unemployment, Rahul Gandhi stated, “ Nowadays, PM Modi does not talk about jobs. Because Bihar people won’t believe in his lies anymore. Congress has been in Centre for decades. We know how to rule. But of course, we have some shortcomings. We can’t lie through our teeth.”

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“Why do Bihar people have to go to other states for jobs? Do our Bihar brothers and sisters lack in anything? No, your CM and PM lack,” Rahul Gandhi stated.

On Covid-19-induced lockdown, the Congress chief stated, “Noteban and lockdown followed similar trends. PM Modi announced both at the last moment. Middle class and lower middle class people suffered the most, while the industrialists were cushioned.”

Rahul Gandhi will address one other rally on Wednesday at Kuseshwar Sthan in Darbhanga. Earlier, he addressed two election rallies, at Hisua in Nawada and Kahalgaon in Bhagalpur, to spice up the electioneering for the primary section polls.

[Attribution HT]

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