PM Modi ‘looted public money’ throughout pandemic, waived loans of his ‘two friends’: Rahul Gandhi in Assam

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Launching a direct assault at Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his alleged inclination in direction of corporates, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Sunday accused him of “looting public money” in the course of the pandemic whereas waiving loans of his “two friends”.

Addressing a rally at Sivasagar in poll-bound Assam, Gandhi stated, “PM Narendra Modi looted public money during COVID-19 pandemic and waived loans of his two friends.” He additionally reiterated his “hum do, hammer do” jibe, saying: “Hum do, humare do, Assam ke liye aur do, aur sab kuch loot lo.

In his speech, Gandhi vowed to guard the precept of Assam Accord  if given an opportunity to kind authorities within the state. “All Congress workers and I will protect principle of Assam Accord; we will not deviate an inch from it,” he stated.

He additionally claimed the Congress united folks of Assam. “Earlier there was no surety whether one would return home from public meetings due to violence. It was Congress which united Assam,” he stated.

He warned that the BJP and RSS are attempting to divide Assam. “Narendra Modi, Amit Shah will not be affected by it but Assam and rest of India will be affected,” he added.

Taking a jibe on the present BJP authorities within the state, Gandhi stated, “Remote control can operate TV, not CM. You need your own CM who listens to your problems. But current Assam CM only listens to Nagpur, Delhi.”

On Thursday, Gandhi had hit out on the central authorities over the contentious farm legal guidelines within the Lok Sabha alleging that the legal guidelines are meant to “finish the farmers, small, medium businessmen and the mandis”, and that the nation is now being run by 4 folks with a motto of ‘Hum do, hamare do’.