Amit Shah, PM Modi only non-animals in country, says Rahul Gandhi

Amit Shah, PM Modi only non-animals in country, says Rahul Gandhi

Amit Shah, PM Modi only non-animals in country, says Rahul Gandhi

Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Sunday expresses his confidence on winning the 2019 Lok Sabha polls by saying that Prime Minister Narendra Modi might lose his Varanasi seat if his party forms an alliance with the Samajwadi Party and the Bahujan Samaj Party. "Congress has earmarked Rs 700 crore", he said.

"One, there is complete financial mismanagement, demonetisation, and the implosion of the financial system".

"He added", Second is the complete mismanagement of foreign policy. "We will start the process", he said.

Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Saturday reacted to Bharatiya Janata party chief Amit Shah's remarks equating opposition leaders with animals, and called his remarks as a "disrespectful statement" that "reflect his mentality".

Congress chief spokesman Randeep Singh Surjewala said Shah tried to paint a scenario of so-called Modi floods, reminding him that floods bring devastation and destruction and that is happening with regard to farmers, youth, Dalits, adivasis, businessmen and industrialists.

"There are only two non-animals in this country".

Replying to yet another query, Gandhi said the Congress did not agree with the GST "designed" by the BJP. Barring them we are all animals.

That's fine, that is the way they look at the world. "But we don't take seriously whatever Shah says", asserted Gandhi. Responding to Shah's recent comments likening opposition parties to cats, dogs and snakes, Gandhi said Shah's comments smacked of utter disrespect for not just Dalits, tribals and minorities, but also his own party leaders. "It's Mr Advani, Mr Manohar Joshi, even Mr Gadkari, it's everybody", he said. I am glad they are learning something from us.

"Nirav Modi is an example, Vijay Mallya, Lalit Modi, Piyush Goyal. they are all examples", Gandhi said. He made it clear that if voted to power again the first priority of Congress would be to get the country out of the "mess that Mr Modi and RSS has put it in". "Everybody can see that, you can hear it in his speeches", he said.

"Modi knows that we'll tear him to shreds over the banking scams and corruption in his government", he told reporters at Kolar Gold Fields (KGF). They have taken Rs. 30,000 crore and runoff. So, this government lost the plot long back. That letter was ignored.

Gandhi also went to the nearby popular food joint Koshy's on St Marks Road and had snacks. The deal was changed by Prime Minister personally in Paris without taking into account any procedure and any cabinet committee on security.

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