17 Apr 2024

Lok Sabha Election-2024: Rahul Gandhi said this about contesting from Amethi or Rae Bareli?

Lok Sabha Election-2024: On the question of contesting elections from Amethi or Rae Bareli, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has said, "Whatever order we get from the party, we will follow it."

India Alliance leaders Rahul Gandhi and Akhilesh Yadav held a press conference in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday, the last day of campaigning for the first phase of Lok Sabha elections-2024.

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said, "This election is an election of ideology." On one hand, RSS and BJP are destroying the Constitution and democracy. India alliance is fighting to save the Constitution.

Akhilesh Yadav claimed that "PDA (Pichhada, Dalit, Adivasi) is going to defeat BJP." This time BJP's farewell is going to be grand.

Rahul Gandhi said, "There are two or three main issues in the country. Unemployment, inflation and participation of all sections."

Rahul Gandhi said, "BJP does politics of distraction. PM goes into the sea. But don't talk about the issues.

Rahul said, "A few days ago PM Modi gave an interview to ANI. PM's interview was a flop show. The interview was scripted. PM Modi tried to explain electoral bonds. PM says that this system was brought for transparency. So why did the Supreme Court cancel this system?

"If it was transparent then why did BJP not reveal the names of the companies making donations?"

Rahul Gandhi alleged, "If a company gets the contract, then BJP gets the money. ED, CBI action is taken against a company, after 10 or 15 days BJP gets donations."

“On the street it is called extortion,” he said. PM Modi is the champion of corruption.

Akhilesh Yadav said that the day the Indian government increases the income of farmers, poverty will go away.

"Caste census and social justice are necessary for the prosperity of the country."

Akhilesh Yadav said, “We are not like G-20. Where two work and all the rest are zero.

Congress and Samajwadi Party are contesting the Lok Sabha elections together in Uttar Pradesh.

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