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Narendra Modi broke all promises of being an ‘Honest’ PM, says Rahul Gandhi

Narendra Modi broke all promises of being an 'Honest' PM, says Rahul Gandhi
Narendra Modi broke all promises of being an 'Honest' PM, says Rahul Gandhi

Congress president Rahul Gandhi stated on Thursday stated that Narendra Modi broke each and every promise he made, such as that of having a “fair” prime minister.

Rahul Gandhi accused him and Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao of  “minding the Tribal Rights Act to the detriment of forest dwellers.

Addressing a pupils’ conference and three election rallies at poll-bound Telangana, Mr. Gandhi assaulted PM Modi and Mr. Rao over many different issues, such as crony capitalism, while calling the nation’s ruling TRS and its own”friendly celebration” AIMIM, the’C and B’ teams of the BJP.

Mr. Gandhi stated PM Modi and Mr. Rao left”many, many claims” but didn’t send on them.

“The prime minister made claims of depositing Rs. 15 lakh from the bank accounts of each taxpayer, two crore tasks to youth each year, plantation loan waiver plus a mere minimum support price for farm produce. In addition, he promised he will function as ‘chowkidaar’ of the nation rather than the prime minister,” he explained.

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“If the Prime Minister of India could write off (rupees) three lakh fifty thousand crore of 15 individuals. . .the richest folks in the nation, then he ought to be prepared to waive the loan of India’s farmers,” he explained.

“I’m not in the habit of lying to our individuals. I’m not in the habit of earning false promises. I chose to farmers regarding agricultural loan in Karnataka and Punjab, and if we had been voted to power there, we wrote off them,” he explained.

Addressing an election meeting in Bhoopalpally at the tribal belt of Telangana, he guaranteed reservations in government projects and admissions into state-run educational institutions such as Scheduled Tribe candidates proportionate to their people from the country.

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