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Rahul Gandhi says PM Modi has own interpretation of Bhagvad Gita’s saying

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Ponta Sahib, Nov 6: In a scathing attack, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Monday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi has own interpretation of a saying from the Bhagvad Gita.

Addressing  at an election rally in poll-bound Himachal Pradesh, Gandhi asserted ” Gita says do work without worrying about the fruits of your labour, but PM  interprets it ”as eat all the fruits of others’ labour, don’t worry about doing any work”.

“Modi talks of fighting corruption, but why does he have no issues in inducting (former Trinamool leader) Mukul Roy, (former Congress leader) Narayan Rane and (former Karnataka Chief Minister) B.S. Yeddyurappa into the Bharatiya Janata Party? Madhya Pradesh has seen the Vyapam scam. Over 50 people are dead but has Modi spoken yet? Has Modi spoken a single word on Jay Amit Shah? You said you (Modi) are a ‘chowkidaar’ but you are a ‘bhaagidaar’ (accomplice),” the congress leader quipped.

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi also slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modi for what he said was “hurting tourism and fruit industry” of Himachal Pradesh.

“Modi ji has affected the apple growers, farmers and those involved in the tourism industry,” Gandhi said.

Favouring changes in the Goods and Services Tax (GST), he said: “The Congress supports small businesses. We are not opposed to the GST. We (only) said that the government should have conducted a pilot study before implementing it.”

“But the government did not listen. Now, everyone is suffering because of such a decision. When we come to power in 2019, we will make the GST more people-friendly,” he assured the voters.

Recently, he called the Goods and Services Tax (GST) ‘Gabbar Singh Tax’.

Rahul Gandhi paid his visit Gurdwara Sri Paonta Sahib before launching his ‘Vijay from Vikas’ campaign in the hilly state.

The Congress vice-president, who recently concluded his three-day tour of poll-bound state Gujarat, landed in Himachal Pradesh for campaign on Monday, where he held rallies at Sirmour, Chamba and Kangda.

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Wrong to prevent farmers from holding peaceful demonstrations: Kejriwal

Thousands of farmers have been marching to Delhi from Punjab and Haryana protesting against the laws that liberalise the agriculture sector

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Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday showed his support to the farmers who are protesting against the three farm laws passed in the Parliament in September, and said that they should be allowed to stage a peaceful protest.

“The three farm bills of the central government are anti-farmer. Instead of rolling back these bills, farmers are being stopped from staging peaceful protests. Water cannons are being used against them. This is injustice to the farmers. Peaceful protest is their constitutional right,” said Kejriwal in a tweet on Thursday.

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) had voted against the Bills in both Lok Sabha (where it has one MP) and Rajya Sabha (where it has three MPs).

Thousands of farmers have been marching to Delhi from Punjab and Haryana protesting against the laws that liberalise the agriculture sector. While some groups were stopped in Haryana on Wednesday and water cannons used against them, several others continue to approach Delhi to stage a protest. The Delhi Police has issued a notice prohibiting any gathering in the Capital, citing Covid-19 regulations and the Delhi Metro has temporarily closed operation on certain routes.

The three laws that have led to widespread protests are the Farmers’ Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, the Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Services Act and Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act.

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I have lost a comrade, colleague and friend: Sonia on Ahmed Patel’s death

Congress has lost one of its greatest son. I am at loss of words at his death. May his soul rest in peace. May god give strength to his family to cope up with this terrible loss.”

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New Delhi: Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday while condoling the death of Ahmed Patel said she has lost a dedicated Congress colleague.

“In Sh. Ahmed Patel, I have lost a colleague, whose entire life was dedicated to the Congress Party.” she said

She said, “His faithfulness and dedication, his commitment to his duty, his always being there to help, his generosity were rare qualities that distinguished him from others.”

“I have lost an irreplaceable comrade, a faithful colleague and a friend. I mourn his passing and I feel deeply for his bereaved family to whom I offer my sincere feelings of empathy and support,” she added

Scores of Congress leaders condoled Ahmed Patel’s death, “It is very hard to come to terms with Ahmed patel Ji’s passing. He was a political troubleshooter par excellence & will be sorely missed by all. “Ahmedbhai” was also a close friend of my late father’s & a mentor to me,” tweeted Milind Deora.

B.K. Hariprasad said in a tweet, “Its very saddening to know about the demise of Shri Ahmad patel ji. Congress has lost one of its greatest son. I am at loss of words at his death. May his soul rest in peace. May god give strength to his family to cope up with this terrible loss.”

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Ahmed Patel’s role in strengthening Congress will always be remembered: PM Modi

A top strategist of the Congress and a most-trusted ally of its president Sonia Gandhi, Patel (71) died in the early hours of Wednesday.

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Condoling the death of senior Congress leader Ahmed Patel, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said his role in strengthening the opposition party will always be remembered.

Patel spent years in public life, serving the society, Modi noted.

A top strategist of the Congress and a most-trusted ally of its president Sonia Gandhi, Patel (71) died in the early hours of Wednesday.

He was admitted to the Medanta hospital in Gurugram and had been critical for a few days. He had contracted COVID-19 and subsequently, developed complications.

“Saddened by the demise of Ahmed Patel Ji. He spent years in public life, serving society. Known for his sharp mind, his role in strengthening the Congress Party would always be remembered. Spoke to his son Faisal and expressed condolences. May Ahmed Bhai’s soul rest in peace,” the prime minister said in a tweet.

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