Planes of Amit Shah, Rahul Gandhi searched by election officials in Karnataka

Ruben Fields
April 4, 2018

"Shah-zada ke dilchasp kisse, Shaurya-gatha aur Chhote Modi ke bade kaarname ke baad BJP prastut karti hai - Shirdi ka chamatkar (After interesting stories of Shah's son, tale of Shaurya and big deeds of junior Modi, BJP now presents the magic of Shirdi)", Gandhi said in the tweet. "On his left side is Yeddyurappa, who has been to jail and on his right side are several other ministers who were also in Jail", Gandhi said.

The Prime Minister had directed the ministry to withdraw the order that threatened to take away the accreditation of journalists found propagating fake news and said the issue of fake news will be only addressed by the Press Council of India.

Charging the PM and his Government with being indifferent to the rise in atrocities against Dalits he said: "The SC/ST Act is being diluted and the PM doesn't say a word".

"Modi may have failed in plugging the question paper leak but he may again lecture children how to prepare for exams and will tell them about the dos and don'ts during exam", said Gandhi. "He has not spoken a word on the rise of atrocities against Dalits and Adivasis under his regime", Rahul said. "As given in our manifesto in 2013 Assembly elections, our government fulfilled all promises in five years", the 48-year-old scion of the Gandhi-Nehru family said.

"Congress will come back to power led by chief minister Siddaramaiah".

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Rahul was referring to Shah's gaffe at a press conference at Davangere on 27 March, where he said the Yeddyurappa government was the most corrupt government in the country. "I think the prime minister is now realising that the nation can not be run with hatred, lathi, speeches and false promises", he said. "The more you cherish the diversity of our country, the better it would grow".

Earlier in the day, Rahul participated in a road show.

The BJP and the Centre today reached out to Dalits in the aftermath of their violent protests asserting that at every juncture they stand "shoulder to shoulder" with the community and accused the Congress of fuelling tension in the society with an eye on elections.

Rahul asked Modi to check the letters written by people to his office, informing him about Nirav Modi's "loot" from the bank.

Talking about the recent CBSE paper leak case, the Congress President trained guns at Prime Minister Modi.

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