1. Rahul Gandhi meets people in ATM queues, says ‘gareeb log’ in misery, PM Narendra Modi at ‘different level’

Rahul Gandhi meets people in ATM queues, says ‘gareeb log’ in misery, PM Narendra Modi at ‘different level’

Rahul has been consistently seen visiting various bank and ATMs around Delhi and is leaving no stones unturned to criticise PM Modi's demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes.

By: | Updated: November 21, 2016 1:00 PM
Rahul Gandhi, Demonetisation, Note Ban Politics, Narendra Modi, BJP, Cash Chaos, Modi News, Rahul Gandhi News, Rahul Attacks Govt, Congress, Congress VP Rahul has been consistently seen visiting various banks and ATMs around Delhi and is leaving no stones unturned to criticise PM Modi’s demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes. (Source: ANI)

With continuous attacks on the central government and Prime Minister Naredra Modi, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi today, while personally visiting banks and ATMs, said that no matter where I am going, people are in trouble. Rahul has been consistently seen visiting various banks and ATMs around Delhi and is leaving no stones unturned to criticise PM Modi’s demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes.

Rahul further alleged that while common people are standing in long queue, banks are doing back-door favours. Some selected people are getting instant cash. “Logon ne kaha wo line mein khade hain, aur bank ke peeche se deal ho rahi hai. Chune hue logon ko cash diya ja raha hai,” he said while taking to a news agency.

The move will only benefit some of PM’s selected friends. Their bank balance will increase and the loans will be waived off. Common  and poor people, standing in long queue for the entire day, will get no benefit from demonetisation, he further alleged. Rahul also raised questions of the recent Indore-Patna train accident saying that PM gave speeches on bullet train, why didn’t he talk about maintainace of railway tracks and the safety.

The Congress VP going on further with his rant on the PM said that these days we can see an all new Prime Minister, we can’t even call him ‘Super Prime Minister’. To define him, we will have to invent some new words. Neither he asks his ministers before doing anything and does what he feels like, Rahul added. Rahul also raised questions on Prime Minister not being present in the recent parliament session. “Pradhanmantri ko parliament mein aane ki zaroorat kya hai? Aajkal pradhaanmantri toh doosre level pe hain”, he added.

 

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