Rahul Gandhi, congress party vice president profaned Prime Minister Narendra Modi calling him as ‘feku’ (bluff master) on Saturday while addressing a political campaign rally at Champaran. Rahul Gandhi took on NDA governance and PM Modi with outraged statements christening their ruling as ‘suit-boot ki sarkar’ and dubbed Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a ‘feku'(braggart).
Rahul Gandhi Alleges PM Modi as Boaster
Indian national congress part vice president Rahul Gandhi came along to be in tempestuous towards the NDA governance and the PM Modi. Rahul Gandhi said, “PM Modi has not fulfilled his election promises. Prime Minister Modi promised two lakh jobs, promised Rs 15 lakh to each account and to reduce high prices. Did it happen?” Rahul Gandhi asked. “Modi was and continues to be a ‘feku’” while addressing a rally in Bihar’s Ramnagar constituency.
A major part of the Rahul Gandhi seemed to be targeting BJP government and their prime minister Narendra Modi’s clothes. He said, “Modiji started off as a tea seller. He used to wear kurta then. Now, his clothes are getting better. From kurtas, he has moved on Rs 15 lakh suits,” Rahul said. “Now PM Modi interacts with only those who wear suits.”
After the ‘Swabhiman rally’ in Patna on August 30, Congress VP Rahul Gandhi’s rally was the first big show of the grand alliance. Many leading political personalities such of Bihar state elections participating party’s made their presence in the grand ‘Swabhiman rally’. Some of the leaders present at ‘Swabhiman rally’ were Congress president Sonia Gandhi, RJD chief Lalu Prasad, and Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar
Rahul Gandhi’s rally wasn’t attended by the Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad due to their engagement with the finalization of candidates for the state elections. Prior to the start of the Rahul Gandhi’s addressing on Saturday, cops detained a man with an air gun near the venue. A police briefed “A bearded man with an air gun was detained. His air gun was seized along with his bag” on being asked. Stay tuned with us for more trending alerts happening across the globe by bookmarking us in your web browser for easy navigation.