While addressing 'Janakrosh Rally' at Uttar Pradesh's Jaunpur, Gandhi said, "Using such word (murdabad) is not our culture. You can hear such word from hardliner like RSS."
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Monday condemned “Narendra-Modi Murdabad” slogans reportedly shouted public meeting by Congress. The Congress vice president asked party workers not to raise slogans against PM Modi, while he attacked the BJP over demonetisation and ‘anti-poor’ decisions. While addressing ‘Janakrosh Rally’ at Uttar Pradesh’s Jaunpur, Gandhi said, “Using such word (murdabad) is not our culture. You can hear such word from hardliner like RSS. He (Modi) is our Prime Minister and we have a political rivalry against him. I would like to urge you all not to use such word against him.” Rahul said: “Modi-Murdabad slogans should not be used in Congress meetings, as Modi is the PM.We will defeat him politically.”
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Rahul Gandhi once again attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led central government for its decision to demonetise Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 notes. “Demonetisation decision taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi was against country ninety-nine percent poor,”
Calling PM Narendra Modi pro-rich, Rahul said that the PM is working for country’s 1 per cent rich people. He said that PM is not ready to waive off farmers’ loan, however he’s lenient on defaulters like Mallya. “PM Modi gave a Rs 1200 crore coffee toffee to Vijay Mallya after November 8,” Rahul Gandhi said. “People from these(rich) families go to America, China in their ships,” he said. “50 families own a big portion of India’s wealth, this is on the courtesy of PM Narendra Modi,” said Rahul Gandhi. “When I asked PM to wave-off farmers’ loan, he didn’t answer me, he didn’t utter a single word,” he added.