"Modiji jo bhi karte hain apne aap karte hain, Advaniji ka pura kaam khench liya, Sushmaji, Jaitleyji ke paas koi kaam nahi hai"- Rahul Gandhi
Congress Vice-president Rahul Gandhi while addressing a rally at Fatehpur on Friday afternoon, once again brought up the issue of demonetisation to attack Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Rahul Gandhi said that BJP senior leader LK Advani is unemployed because PM Modi. “Modiji jo bhi karte hain apne aap karte hain, Advaniji ka pura kaam khench liya, Sushmaji, Jaitleyji ke paas koi kaam nahi hai (Modi ji does all work on his own, he has left nothing for LK Advani, even Sushma Swaraj and Arun Jaitley are left with no work) “, he said. He also brought up the demonetisation move that was implemented by the Prime Minister in November 2016. He said, “Aapka paisa jo bank mein jama hai, ussay Modiji 50 parivaaron ka karza maaf karenge (With your money in the banks, PM Modi will lay off the debt of 50 families). ”
Rahul Gandhi reached out to PM Modi and talked about how the BJPs slogan ‘acche din aayenge’ has proved nothing for the people. He said, “Modiji rishtay bolne se, jataane se nahi bante hain, nibhaane se bante hain. 2014 mein Modiji ne kaha acche din aayenge, Dilwale Dulhania waali picture dikhai, 2.5 saal baad pta laga Gabbar Singh aa gya. (PM Modi relationships are not some mere words, you need to show some care. In 2014, PM Modi said ”acche din aayenge” but ever since then they showed the Dilwale Dulhania movie and after 1.5 years we realised that Gabbar Singh has come).
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Rahul Gandhi’s remarks came after Prime Minister Narendra Modi tried to outsmart Congress and SP yesterday over their continuous taunts on him for being a ‘bahari’ (outsider) in Uttar Pradesh. Almost two years after Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a blunder by questioning the ‘DNA’ of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, but at a rally at Hardoi yesterday, he corrected himself by saying he is the ‘adopted son’ of Uttar Pradesh. PM Modi also invoked Lord Krishna, who is believed to be born in UP, to press his point. “Lord Krishna was born in Uttar Pradesh and made Gujarat his site of action. I was born in Gujarat and UP has adopted me,” Modi said.