NEW DELHI: Rahul Gandhi knocked Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the ballot day for phase one of the Gujarat elections, asking him why the famous Gujarat advancement model was missing out on in his speeches.
“What is the factor that development is missing from the PM’s speeches this time? Has speech end up being associated to governance?” Rahul tweeted on the day 89 assembly seats went to polls in the state.Rahul questioned why the PM had not reacted to his 10 inquiries related to claims of advancement in Gujarat over the past 22 years, and why the BJP had released its poll manifesto on the eve of the ballot day.The Congress vice president likewise lobbed the 11 concern in his a question a day series, implicating the BJP and Modi of having ruined the education sector. “80 percent engineers are out of work. Schools and colleges have actually turned into companies. Why did you sell the education centres?”Rahul tweeted.Earlier, he interested newbie voters to come out in great deals and reinforce democracy.
In Ahmedabad, Congress communication department head Randeep Surjewala slammed the BJP for celebrating Nathuram Godse, the assassin of Mahatma Gandhi.Slamming BJP representative Sambit Mahapatra’s recommendation to Modi as” Desh ka baap”, Surjewala stated it was a clear affront to the daddy of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi.He declared the Congress would form the next government in Gujarat, and thanked the voters for supporting the opposition party.Sonia turns 71 Congress chief Sonia Gandhi
, who will hand down the baton to her son and vice president Rahul Gandhi soon, turned 71 on Saturday. Celebration leaders who rushed to wish her,
NCP chief Sharad
Pawar, RJD chief Lalu Prasad and JD-U rebel Sharad Yadav extended birthday greetings to Gandhi. Congress employees played drums and raised slogans outside her main house, 10 Janpath, to greet the celebration’s longest-serving president. Activists from NSUI staged a march holding the Indian tricolour to welcome Gandhi.Stay approximately date on all the current Country news with The New Indian Express App. Download now