I will speak for 15 minutes in Parliament, then PM Modi will not be able to stand: Rahul Gandhi
Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Rahul Gandhi said in an interview with News Agency ANI, "PM is afraid to stand in Parliament. We can get the speech for 15 minutes. The PM will not be able to stand in Parliament. Whether it is Rafael's case or, whether it is the case of neer-Modi Modi, PM Modi will not be able to stand.
On the cash-starved state, Rahul Gandhi said that PM Modi has ruined the country's banking system. Neerava Modi ran away with 30 thousand crore, but PM could not speak a word. Our pocket paid 500 and 1000 rupees notes and given to Neerv Modi and we forced to stand in the line of ATM.
Rahul Gandhi has gone to his parliamentary area
It known that Congress President Rahul Gandhi is in his parliamentary constituency Amethi from Monday. On Monday, he heard the problems of farmers in Pali village. Farmers told Rahul about the problems of irrigation, bad roads, problems with stray animals, and not getting the right price for the crop. Rahul assured his problems to raised in Parliament.
Three days of Amethi-Rae Bareli visit to the capital, Amausi airport located in Lucknow, where many party leaders and workers including State President Raj Babbar, former Rajya Sabha member Pramod Tiwari, welcomed him with a bouquet, while some activists surrounded Rahul In the state unit of the party, the police complained of providing protection and distributing money by distributing tickets.
Rahul listened to the workers and made them calm by giving assurance of action. After this Amethi left.
Rahul Gandhi stayed in Haidergadh along the way while working in a field and talked to the farmers and heard their problems. In Amethi, Rahul Shukul reached his house on the death of senior Congress leader Umanath Dwivedi in the market and gave comfort to the family members.
After this he met the farmers in Pali village and got to know their problems. He said that he is serious about the problems of farmers, they will raise all these things in Parliament.