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Say Anil Ambani ki Jai-Nirav Modi ki Jai, instead of Bharat Mata ki jai: Rahul to PM Modi

ANI  |  Alwar(Rajasthan) [India] 

Drawing a direct fight between the and the (BJP) in the poll-bound state of Rajasthan, said should chant names of and absconding defaulters of the country, instead of 'Bharat Mata Ki Jai'.

While addressing a public rally in district, Gandhi said: "should no longer say 'Bharat Mata ki jai'. Instead, he should say 'ki jai, jai'." Taking a further jibe at the Prime Minister, he said, "If you talk of Bharat Mata then how can you forget about our farmers?"

He further took a dig at the saying that "India's richest industrialists invested and marketed Modi. They made him the and now Modi is paying their dues".

With no holds barred, the said: "Farmers have been given Rs 45,000 crore for Of this, Rs 16,000 crore has been pocketed by These was not for the farmers but to benefit Ambani."

In his attempt to reach out to maximum number of voters, Gandhi scion said: "Modi ji has ignored commonman's issues by lying to them. However, people of know better to stay from these lies."

He promised that if Congress comes to power in the state, he will pave a path of rapid development for villages, rural areas and Panchayats. The basic reform work for irrigation will speed up, he assured.

Touching upon the Rafale deal, he accused that Prime Minister Modi is silent over the issue because he is afraid that the truth of the matter will brand him a thief.

"ji never mentions about Rafale deal in any of his speeches, he is afraid that if he speaks on this then people will shout 'chowkidar chor hai'," he said.

The election is scheduled to be held on December 7. In the last elections in 2013, BJP had won a majority and Vasundhara Raje was given the position of Out of the total of 75.20 per cent voters who cast the ballot, BJP got 46 per cent votes while Congress only bagged 34 per cent.

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First Published: Tue, December 04 2018. 16:05 IST