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Rahul asks 'pro-rich Modi' to waive farmer loans

12 February 2018

"This country can not be run by looking in the rear view mirror", Gandhi said, taking a swipe at Modi at a rally for the upcoming assembly elections in Karnataka.

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Koppal: AICC President Rahul Gandhi's four-day poll campaign in the State entered the second day today, with the Congress President set to tour four Assembly segments in Koppal and Raichur districts.

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"The Modi government, which works for the rich, is slowly waiving Rs 10 lakh crore debt of businessmen but not loans of thousands of farmers across the country reeling under the agrarian crisis", the Congress chief said.

Minutes after PM Modi's fiery speech in the Lok Sabha on Wednesday, Rahul Gandhi posed a set of question to the BJP-led Centre on Wednesday.

Lashing out hard at the Prime Minister, Gandhi said, "Modi ji stop giving speeches and start working, because you don't have much time". He said, "But still Modiji comes here and speaks about corruption against us".

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The BJP government in the state had seen three chief ministers - B S Yeddyurappa, Sadananda Gowda and Jagadish Shettar - in five years from 2008.

He brought up the Rafale fighter jet deal, saying it was the "biggest issue" of corruption in the country now, Gandhi emphasized that earlier, the Rafale contract was given to Bengaluru-based Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL), which has been making aircraft for the Indian Air Force for 70 years. "The previous BJP government in Karnataka broke world records in corruption and they come here and talk on corruption pointing at us", he added.

After visiting Hyligemma temple and Gavi Math in Koppal after thePublic meeting in Hosapate Yesterday, Mr Gandhi on Sunday visitedKanakagiri, Kanakachala temple on route to Ganagavati.

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Jaitley said in Rajya Sabha we inherited 4.5 per cent fiscal deficit from UPA and have brought that down to 3.5 per cent. In a tweet, Rahul has lashed out at Jaitley who had said the Congress chief is ignorant of the rules of the government.

Rahul asks 'pro-rich Modi' to waive farmer loans