On Thursday, Congress MP Rahul Gandhi finally made the much awaited entry to the Rajasthan assembly polls and addressed back to back rallies in several cities. Rahul Gandhi addressed rallies in Nohar, Taranagar and Sri Ganganagar. In Sri Ganaganagar, he lashed out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his favourite Adani issue and alleged that PM Modi roams in 2-4 billionaires’ aeroplanes.
“We want the son of a farmer, labourer, small shopkeeper to dream big and study English. We want such an India in which the son of a labourer does business in foreign countries and works in big American companies,” said Rahul Gandhi.
“We do not want two Indias. On one side farmers and labourers shed their blood and sweat, on the other side two-four billionaires roam in aeroplanes,” added Rahul Gandhi attacking PM Modi.
Further, he took a jibe on PM Modi’s “Rs 15 lakh in each bank account” promise by saying: “Modi ji had promised you Rs 15 lakh, which no one has received and will never get. PM Modi did not give you Rs 15 lakh, but waived off loans worth Rs 14.5 lakh crore of billionaires.”
मोदी जी ने आपको 15 लाख रुपए देने का वादा किया था, जो किसी को नहीं मिला और कभी मिलेगा भी नहीं।
PM मोदी ने आपको 15 लाख रुपए तो नहीं दिए, लेकिन अरबपतियों के साढ़े 14 लाख करोड़ रुपए के कर्ज माफ कर दिए।
— Congress (@INCIndia) November 16, 2023
Rahul Gandhi didn’t stop here, he again attacked PM Modi by saying that he’s not like him, and he doesn’t make false promises.
“I will put as much money in the pockets of the poor of India as the BJP has put in the pockets of people like Adani. I am not Narendra Modi. I do not make false promises. I demonstrate by doing what I say,” said Rahul Gandhi.
Rahul Gandhi’s rally got a decent response by the people of Rajasthan as a huge crown came to listen him. Earlier on Thursday, he was welcomed by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, former Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot and PCC President Govind Singh Dotasra in Rajasthan for campaigning.
Assembly elections in Rajasthan are scheduled to take place on November 25, in a single phase, followed by counting of votes and declaration of results on December 3, 2023.