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  • Attack on Rahul Gandhi in Gujarat was pre planned: Congress

    Attack On Rahul Gandhi

    Congress alleged that the attack on its vice president Rahul Gandhi in Gujarat yesterday was pre planned. Briefing media senior party leader Ghulam Nabi Azad said it was the responsibility of the state government to ensure the safety and security of Gandhi.

    Condemning the incident, Azad said such attacks should not take place in a civilized society. Rahul Gandhi's car was pelted with stones during his visit to the flood-affected Dhanera in Gujarat but he escaped unhurt. Meanwhile, Gandhi has also reacted to the attack on him and alleged it is part of the BJP and RSS politics. 

  • Cong attacked PM for PNB scam

    Congs Attack

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    Congress leveled up with another salvo on Centre over the PNB fraud allegedly involving designer jeweller Nirav Modi, saying the country's "biggest bank loot scam" is pegged far bigger at Rs 21,306 crore with fresh revelations.

    Congress President Rahul Gandhi fired yet pointed out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over Nirav Modi fleeing the country. Taking to Twitter, he posted, "The scamster's escape formula: La(Mo) + Ni(Mo) ---(with) Na(Mo)---> Bha(Go)", while using the hashtag "#ModiRobsIndia".

    The opposition party hit out at the PM for his "silence" on the issue, alleging that he did not act on the scam even after his office was informed about it by one Vaibhav Khuraniya on May 7, 2015.

    Releasing letters purportedly written to various agencies in this regard, Congress communications incharge Randeep Surjewala asked why the BJP and government were silent on the issue and how accused Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi were "allowed" to escape.

    "India's biggest 'bank loot scam' has got bigger over the last 24 hours to Rs 21,306 crore as layers of the conspiracy got unearthed by the hour," he told reporters.

    (With agency inputs)

  • Modi govt weakening RTI: Rahul Gandhi



    New Delhi: Aiming a major attack on the Narenda Modi led BJP government in centre, Congress president Rahul Gandhi today called on the people of the country to oppose the proposed changes in the Right to Information Act (RTI) by the government. Apart from Gandhi, many activists have strongly opposed the proposed changes to the RTI Act which pertains to the salaries and services of chief information commissioner and information commissioner. “Every Indian has the right to know the truth. The BJP believes the truth must be hidden from the people and they must not question people in power. The changes proposed to the RTI will make it a useless Act. They must be opposed by every Indian,” Rahul Gandhi tweeted with the hashtag #saveRTI.


  • Rahul Gandhi calls GST launch as Tamasha

    Rahul Gandhi Calls GST Launch As Tamasha

    New Delhi:Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi has dubbed the implementation of GST as a "tamasha", saying the reform was being rushed through in a "half-baked" manner. Currently abroad on a holiday, Gandhi, hit out at the government through twitter. He accused the government of being "insensitive" for rolling out GST without planning, foresight and institutional readiness, as it did during demonetisation.