1. Rahul Gandhi takes a jibe on PM Narendra Modi’s speech in Goa

Rahul Gandhi takes a jibe on PM Narendra Modi’s speech in Goa

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi took a jibe on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speech in Goa on Sunday during which the latter broke into tears.

By: | Updated: November 14, 2016 3:05 PM
Rahul Gandhi took people by surprise when he arrived at a State Bank of India branch in New Delhi and stood in a queue to get the demonetised currency notes exchanged. (PTI) Rahul Gandhi took people by surprise when he arrived at a State Bank of India branch in New Delhi and stood in a queue to get the demonetised currency notes exchanged. (PTI)

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi took a jibe on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech in Goa on Sunday during which the latter broke into tears. He posted two videos of the PM’s speech on his official Twitter account showing the latter smiling in one while getting emotional in the other.

Rahul posted a clipping of a video from the recent Japan visit of the PM in which he was happily delivering the speech captioning it “Modi laughs as poor cry”.

It was followed by another clipping in which the PM was broke down while talking on demonetisation move in during the foundation laying function for Greenfield International Airport in Goa captioned “First laughter now tears! Mediocrity comes face to face with reality”.

Earlier, Rahul took people by surprise when he arrived at a State Bank of India branch in New Delhi and stood in a queue to get the demonetised currency notes exchanged. Angered over the difficulties faced by the people due to the currency ban, he told media that common men are suffering here but it does not affect the PM Modi. He further said that he went there to exchange currency by standing in queue as others are doing.

Rahul had also reacted on the Centre’s demonetisation move soon after it was announced on November 8. He tweeted that “once again Mr Modi shows how little he cares about ordinary people of this country”.

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    vinayak
    Nov 14, 2016 at 12:54 pm
    RG is seemingly getting intelligent day by day
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    yashpal
    Nov 14, 2016 at 1:34 pm
    modi ji duniya ko bewkuf bna rhe h. garib janta ka mjak uda rhe h . desh ke liye modi ne ghar a h , jindgi nhi. bhut sare admion ne desh ke liye jiwan ka bhi tyag kiya h aur kar rhe h. janta ko pareshan karne ki bjai acha rhta corrupt ko jail bhejte aur unka paisa garib m bantne. tab to hum samaz sakte the ki corruption khatam ho sakta h. ye to pakhand h/sirf drama sabit hoga. corruption badhega , aise n ghat sakta
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    yashpal
    Nov 14, 2016 at 1:37 pm
    modi ji iss desh ki valuable energy ko , phaltu ki baton m waste kar rhe h. sabse bda madari
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    Jatin Shah
    Nov 15, 2016 at 3:59 am
    Rahul hi is main helper in supporting BJP as all what he speaks are useless and things with no logic...........
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    John Asnani
    Nov 14, 2016 at 4:54 pm
    He has point, it is filling the coffers so that BJP can lend to rich! This government has already converted their black money and not preaching for prohibiting it. There is huge trouble for the common man! We are with you Rahul ji!
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    rama
    Nov 14, 2016 at 5:18 pm
    HAPPY CHILDREN'S DAY PAPPU
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    Shiban
    Nov 14, 2016 at 1:07 pm
    Rahul has done right exposing our PM in his double talk. If he has guts to own the decision then he should admit the failure also and not become emotional .God only knows what he is going behave in future
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    Shiban
    Nov 14, 2016 at 1:08 pm
    Rahul has done the right and exposed our PM in double talk . If he has guts to declare that it his his decision then he should also own the failure and not become emotional
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    Ojas Wadivkar
    Nov 16, 2016 at 9:34 pm
    Puke on raw-gul
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    Ranjan
    Nov 14, 2016 at 1:39 pm
    Bhai wait karo kuch din sab sahi hogaa....
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    ranjini
    Nov 14, 2016 at 1:41 pm
    You want video of Rahul mocking at Indians, getting arrested in USA etc. Please STOP this praise. You have any clue of what Rahul is upto these days..........
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    Shailendra Sapra
    Nov 14, 2016 at 3:32 pm
    Useless, do nothing, let no one do nothing, fed with a silver spoon joker. One more misstep from Rahul hi to make Congress completely irrelevant.
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    shivshankar
    Nov 14, 2016 at 8:55 pm
    agle election main modi ko paregi maar. jai modi Sarkar.apne pair par hi kulhari maarli
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    JAIN
    Nov 15, 2016 at 1:11 am
    If Rahulji thinks PM is no good, have a public debate one to one rather thhan reading speeches prepared by some one. Let knowledge be tested.Don't be critic of everything he does like Arvind KU know the effect of demonetisation, look below news:TOP NEWS:Earthquake in New Zealand again! 6.2 magnitude quake strikes near Christchurch: USGSEntire financial ecosysytem to change following escalating user awareness on digital paymentsDemonetisation: A step towards formalisationGuru Nanak Jayanti 'Birthday' 2016: Importance of the sacred day of GurpurabEarthquake in New Zealand again! 6.2 magnitude quake strikes near Christchurch: USGSEntire financial ecosysytem to change following escalating user awareness on digital paymentsPrevNextStopHomeEconomy Modi government may restrict your cash holdings and transactions above certain limit: ReportModi government may restrict your cash holdings and transactions above certain limit: ReportAfter the mive demonetisation drive that killed old Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes, the Narendra Modi government may move to impose restrictions on your cash holdings and transactions.By: FE Online | Published: November 14, 2016 6:32 PM1.7KSHARESFacebookTwitterGoogle LinkedInEmail Rs 500 note, Rs 500 note 2016 The report quoted an official as saying that the government is in the process of deciding if cash transactions above RS 3 lakh or Rs 5 lakh should be restricted. (PTI Photo)After the mive demonetisation drive that killed old Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes, the Narendra Modi government may move to impose restrictions on your cash holdings and transactions. According to a CNBC-TV 18 report, the government could consider prescribing cash holding limits for individuals. The report quoted a government official as saying that the government is in the process of deciding if cash transactions above RS 3 lakh or Rs 5 lakh should be restricted. Additionally, the government may also consider capping high value cash withdrawals from banks.Yesterday, the government increased the cash withdrawal limit at ATMs to Rs 2,500 per day. Banks have been advised to increase the Cash Withdrawal limit at ATMs from the existing Rs 2000 to Rs 2500 per day in the recalibrated ATMs, other ATMs will continue to dispense Rs 50 and Rs 100 notes until they are recalibrated, the Finance Ministry said. To expedite the process of recalibration of ATMs, a Task Force is being set up under Deputy Governor, RBI consisting of representatives of Banks and Finance Ministry. This Task Force will draw up action plan and ensure implementation of this action plan for quick recalibration of the ATMs to enable them to dispense new Bank notes of Rs 500 and Rs 2000.Also read: 7 vital financial & home lessons for you from cash crunch post ‘demonetisation’ of Rs 500, Rs 1000 notesThe limit for exchange of old Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes was also enhanced to Rs 4,500 from Rs 4,000 earlier. The limit that had been imposed for daily withdrawal from banks was removed. Now, an individual can withdraw as much as Rs 24,000 from his/her bank account in one week. The government will soon come out with a new Rs 1000 note that will have enhanced security features. The mive demonetisation drive that has been announced is aimed at making existing black money in the domestic economy mussels, and also counter the threat from fake currency.Watch: New Series Of Rs. 500 Launched In the first four days (from November 10th to 13th, upto 5 pm) about Rs 3.0 lakh crore of old Rs 500 and Rs 1000 bank notes have been deposited in the banking system and about Rs 50,000 crore has been dispensed to customers by either withdrawal from their accounts or withdrawal from ATMs or by exchange at the counter. Within these four days, the banking system has handled about 18 crore transactions, the Finance Ministry said.Sir, u will struggle to put zeros to write above amount, which is unprecedented.
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