Rahul Gandhi thinks situation in Karnataka is similar to Pakistan
Congress President Rahul Gandhi said such things happen in Pakistan, today, at a rally in Raipur, Chhattisgarh, as he launched a full-blown attack on BJP after BS Yeddyurappa was sworn in as Karnataka Chief Minister.
Gandhi said, "RSS is making way into all institutions in the country... Aisa Pakistan ya tanashahi mein hota hai (such things either happen in Pakistan or dictatorship)."
Rahul Gandhi draws a Pakistan reference after Karnataka
Even BJP leaders live under fear, claims Rahul Gandhi
Rahul Gandhi claimed not only judiciary and press feel threatened, but BJP leaders also live in fear. He said, "Even the BJP's members of Parliament are under the same fear as they cannot speak a single word before the PM Narendra Modi."
He added, "Today constitution is being attacked. JDS has said its MLAs have been offered Rs. 100 crore each."
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Rahul Gandhi's Pakistan analogy gets flak from BJP, RSS leaders
BJP leader Rajeev Chandrasekhar wrote on Twitter, "So genius Rahul Gandhi compares India to Pakistan - considering he's doing his best to destroy every institution that makes India different- army, Supreme Court - his love for Pakistan seems dangerously juvenile!"
RSS member Rakesh Sinha wrote, "Comparison of RSS with Pakistan by Rahul Gandhi is ridiculous. He's trying to find similarities between cow and fox."
Further, Rahul Gandhi promises loan-waiver to farmers, attacks Narendra Modi
I had asked Modi Ji, that since you let go the loans of businessmen why can't you do the same with the farmers of #Chhattisgarh? He has still not answered my question. Once we come into power in 2019 we'll waive off all loans on farmers: Congress President Rahul Gandhi in Raipur pic.twitter.com/7jFrZfs7HI— ANI (@ANI) May 17, 2018
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