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Published On: Wed, Nov 29th, 2017

“You will see he will (Modi) shed tears a few days before election: Rahul Gandhi

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75229-utuhcbvhze-1511971788AMRELI/ JUNAGARAH (Gujarat):Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, who kick started his two-day Gujarat visit on Wednesday with a visit to Somnath temple, called Prime Minister Narendra Modi “a terrific actor”.
Taking a dig at PM Modi, the Congress leader said “You will see he will shed tears a few days before election. He will cry for everything but not for farmers.” He added, “He will also not cry when students have to shell out money for taking admission in college or people have to go to hospital.”
Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday hit out at Prime Minsiter Narendra Modi, who is also touring poll-bound Gujarat, and conducted a fact-check on the BJP’s claims of ‘development’ in the State.
Seeking an explanation from the ruling party and the Prime Minister on employment numbers, farm produce prices, loan waivers for farmers and demonetisation, the Congress leader promised to form a people’s government in the State.

He further assured the people of Gujarat that if voted to power, the Congress party will waive loans of farmers within 10 days. “If govt will function, it will be for farmers, small and medium businesses and you. We will ask what you want and will run the government accordingly,” said Rahul Gandhi in Amreli.

Earlier on Wednesday, a controversy erupted over a “register entry” of the Congress leader’s visit to Somnath temple. When Rahul Gandhi visited the temple on Wednesday, it was claimed that a register entry was made in his name as he went inside the temple. This development sparked speculations over the Gandhi scion being a non-Hindu.
The entry in the register was reportedly made by Rahul Gandhi’s media coordinator Manoj Tyagi. He had also mentioned the name of veteran Congress leader Ahmed Patel, who went to the temple along with the Gandhi scion.
Later, the Congress issued a clarification on the register entry in question. Sharing an image of a register entry, made by the Gandhi scion himself, on Twitter, the Congress claimed that the one being circulated widely is “fabricated”.(Zeenews).

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