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Rahul Gandhi attacks PM Narendra Modi on JUN row, Pathankot



Congress Vice president Rahul Gandhi  attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi from all sides from issues ranging from Pathankot terror attack, Modi’s tea with Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to domestic issues like JNU row , Rohith vemula suicide case to Nagaland accord in which nothing was divulged to Home ministry that amounts to insult to our national flag.
Rahul Gandhi questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s silence on the issue of JNU that has taken the country by storm. “When in the Court, teachers and students and media people were being beaten, why did the PM did not utter even a single word?”

Advising PM Modi on nationalism Rahul Gandhi said     “When I salute the flag, I dont salute the cloth, but the relationships it represents    You are not defending the flag when you silence dissent.   A nation is the relationship between its people. It is nothing but the conversation between its citizens”.

Whose opinion does the PM listen to? Whose opinion does he respect, his ministers?: Rahul Gandhi in LS
When students and teachers were beaten in the court, PM didn’t say a word: Rahul Gandhi in Lok Sabha.
RSS taught you that there is only one truth, your own: Rahul
The country is not the Prime Minister, the Prime Minister is not the country: Rahul

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi lambasted the government on a lot of issues, including the issue of JNU sedition and that of credibility of the Make in India campaign. He questioned the PM and demanded that the PM reveal the rate of success of the campaign in the work of giving employment to the poor.

Modi govt has launched ‘Fair and Lovely’ yojana to convert black money to white, says Rahul Gandhi

Congress Vice president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday took on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on the issue of black money and employment. “They launched a “Fair & Lovely” yojana, to convert black money to white money. Modi ji had promised that he will put people with black money behind bars, now they have come up with way to save those people”, said Gandhi, taking a jibe at Modi.



Rahul said,”The country is not Prime Minister and Prime Minister is not country  ,PM Modi told congress president Sonia Gandhi that  he has solved the Nagaland problem .”

Rahul asked Modi ” What has the government signed even the officials of the Home nministry , intelligence have no idea what PM Modi has signed with Nagaland .” It has vanished by bye accord gone with the wind .

It is an  insult to the national flag  and  PM Modi didn’t care about the Pathankot terror attack

Rahul attacked Pm MODI On Pathankot

Pakistan directly attacked this country in Mumbai (26/11). Almost 200 people were murdered and butchered: Rahul Gandhi in Lok Sabha
And what does PM do? Without any thought or vision, the PM decided to go have tea with Pakistan PM: Rahul Gandhi in Lok Sabha
PM does not listen to anybody; Even Home Minister was not aware of Naga Accord which PM signed, says Rahul.
PM Narendra Modi destroyed single-highhandedly destroyed UPA’s work on Pakistan: Rahul
I protected our Indian flag when I let your people wave those black flags in my face: Rahul Gandhi

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NSA Ajit Doval meets Amit Shah



Ajit Doval, Amit Shah
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New Delhi, June 19: National security Advisor Ajit Doval on Tuesday met BJP President Amit Shah in the national capital and discussed the prevailing situation of Jammu and Kashmir.

The meeting took place ahead of high-level talks between party cabinet ministers, various office bearers of the organisation and incharges of Jammu and Kashmir over the political situation in the state including the impact of suspension of ceasfire operations during Ramzan and others.

Meanwhile, reacting to the meeting between Doval and Shah, AIMIM Chief Asaduddin Owaisi poised several questions.

“We want to know, the country wants to know what talks took place when the NSA met the chief of a political party? Why did NSA only meet the ruling party why doesn’t he meet all political parties?, he asked.


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All arrested ‘Hindu terrorists’ are from RSS: Digvijaya Singh




Congress leader Digvijaya Singh has once again accused Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh of promoting terrorism.Citing an example of Mahatma Gandhi killing,Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister said Nathu Ram Godse was also a staunch believer of Sangh ideology and all the Hindu terrorists caught up by the authorities belonged to Sangh.

“Jitne bhi Hindu dharma wale aatankwadi pakde gaye hai sab Sangh ke karyakarta rahe hai (All Hindu terrorists caught so far have been RSS members in the past),’’ the Congress leader said in Jhabua.

While speaking to media at Madhya Pradesh’s Shajapur he said RSS’ ideology spreads nothing but hate, violence and violence leads to terrorism,’.

Digvijaya had claimed that he has always spoken about Sanghi terrorism and not Hindu terrorism.

Reinforcing his stand on “Sangh terror,” he said, “bomb blasts were executed by people influenced by Sangh ideology, be it Malegaon blast, Mecca Masjid blast, blast in Samjhauta express or Dargah Sharif.”

Defending Singh’s charges, senior Congress leader Salman Khurshid said that his statements needs to be seen in the right context. “Ideologically Digvijay Singh has very strong views. He has opposed minority extremism and said that every kind of extremism is bad. We must contextualise what he said rather than generalise it and think he is saying it against one community or organisation,” Khurshid said.





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SC refuses urgent hearing on PIL over Kejriwal’s protest



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New Delhi, June 19: The Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to hold an urgent hearing of a PIL seeking a direction to the Delhi High Court to expeditiously hear a plea for declaring the sit-in protest at Delhi Lt. Governor Anil Baijal’s office by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and others unconstitutional and illegal.

The vacation bench comprising of Justice S. Abdul Nazeer and Justice Indu Malhotra said the matter would be heard on the opening day when court reopens after the summer break even as lawyer Shashank Deo Sudhi, appearing for the PIL petitioner, told the court that there was a constitutional crisis and a vacuum, and the administration was paralysed.

Sudhi appeared for PIL petitioner and advocate Hari Nath Ram, who told the vacation bench that the matter was listed before the Delhi High Court on Monday (June 18) but was directed to be heard next on June 22.

Seeking a direction to the High Court to hear the matter urgently, Sudhi told the bench that politicians were not above the law and there was a threat to the rule of law.

He referred to earlier court pronouncements by which the strikes were held to be illegal.

The lawyer said before the High Court they have prayed that perjury proceedings be initiated against the Lt. Governor and the Chief Minister for making conflicting claims on the strike by the bureaucrats serving in the Delhi government.

Kejriwal along with Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, Health Minister Satyendar Jain and Transport Minister Gopal Rai has been camping at the Raj Niwas, the official accommodation-cum-office of Lt. Governor Anil Baijal, since June 11.

Kejriwal has said he and his colleagues would not leave Baijal’s office until their demands, which include direction to IAS officers to end their “strike”, action against officers who have struck work for “four months” and approval to his government’s proposal for doorstep delivery of ration to the poor, were met.

During Monday’s hearing, the High Court had sought to know from the AAP government who has authorised Kejriwal and his cabinet colleagues to hold a sit-in protest at the Lt. Governor’s office as it was not the place to hold a demonstration.

The bench had said the protesters cannot go inside someone’s office or house and go on strike and as such the strike cannot be held inside the Lt. Governor’s office.

The High Court has been hearing three separate petitions related to Kejriwal’s sit-in protest at the Lt. Governor’s office.

One petition was filed by Leader of Opposition in the Delhi assembly, Vijender Gupta seeking direction to Kejriwal to return to work.

Another petition was filed by Hari Nath Ram through his advocate Shashank Deo Sudhi seeking to declare the sit-in protest at the Lt. Governor’s office unconstitutional and illegal.

The third plea was filed by advocate Umesh Gupta who sought to end the alleged ‘informal strike’ by the IAS officers.


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