In yet another poll rally in Motihari, Bihar, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi once again targeted PM Modi in his speech. He reminded the people that Modi’s ‘Suite-Boot Ki Saarkar’ had not fulfilled the promises made during the general elections. Promises such as bringing black money back to India and providing employment to the youth were made but not kept. RaGa highlighted his Suite-Boot jibe on PM Modi and said instead of criticizing the UPA government for the price rise, BJP must note the soaring prices of necessities during their time in power—the price of pulses has crossed Rs 200.
Rahul promised the people in Bihar that his government will be the government of the people, of the farmers, of the youth and women of the Bihar state. He said the people would not have to leave their place for employment, as his government under the leadership of Nitish Kumar would set up universities in every district.
Mentioning the recent Union Minister VK Singh’s dog analogy, RaGa said he along with his alliance with Nitish Kumar and Lalu Yadav, will not allow people to form a government in Bihar that compares the ‘Dalit to dogs’. A government that says reservation should be scrapped will not be allowed to come to power.
Rahul also advised PM Modi to meet the poor people and listen to their problems.
यहाँ उन लोगों की सरकार नहीं बनेगी जो दलितों को कुत्ता कहते है ,यहाँ उन लोगों की सरकार नहीं बनेगी जो कहते है की आरक्षण बंद हो जाना चाहिये
— Office of RG (@OfficeOfRG) October 26, 2015
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