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Congress President Rahul Gandhi? Sonia Confirms Long Held Rumour

Congress President Rahul Gandhi? Sonia Confirms Long Held Rumour

Trying to corner Mr Gandhi on the development plank, Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said that the Congress did everything when it was in power at the Centre to ensure that the Sardar Sarovar project was not completed.

Addressing a series of political rallies in South Gujarat in which he lunged into the Congress and its vice-president Rahul Gandhi, he termed the principal opposition in the country a symbol of devastation and a "corruption" party.

Earlier, the Uttar Pradesh Congress had passed a similar resolution.

Addressing a public rally in Devgadh Baria on Thursday, Rahul Gandhi said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi didn't think of farmers and labourers when all of a sudden he imposed demonetisation on November 8 a year ago. With Assembly elections round the corner, he is wooing voters in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh. Rahul, who was also present at the event, refused to speak on the development.

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Rahul Gandhi posted a series of tweets wherein he targeted the Prime Minister over the latter's home state Gujarat.

"During his visit to Gujarat, Rahul Gandhi interacted with people from all walks of life, including students and traders". He has been the party vice president since 2013. While Prime Minister Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah were touring the flood affected areas of Gujarat the Gandhi had chosen to go over to Italy.

Yogi also alleged "that Congress killed Mahatma Gandhi's ideology and as Mahatma Gandhi had said that the relevance of the Congress had ended after Independence". The decision has been taken keeping in view the upcoming 2019 Lok Sabha elections. "I want to assure you that in the next Assembly elections, these seven Members of Legislative Assembly won't be able to retain their seats", asserted Yogi Adityanath. In his interactions with them, he stressed on the fact that a Congress government in the state would listen to the criticism by people and would not indulge in its own "Mann ki Baat".