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Rahul Gandhi in Bengaluru, accuses Modi of neglecting oppression against Dalits and Women, calls him an angry man

Rahul Gandhi in Bengaluru, accuses Modi of neglecting oppression against Dalits and Women, calls him an angry man
Written by Abhishek Rana

Rabhul Gandhi is in Bengaluru today, as he campaigns for the Karnataka elections, and he continued his verbal attacks on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, accusing him of neglecting the opression of Dalits and women. He began by saying that he’s been traveling across Karnataka, and has prepared well for the elections, by creating a manifesto that is going to be about the needs of the common public. However, he noted that the opposition party has only made personal remarks at them. He told the media that he is confident about winning the elections. He accused Modi of talking about issues like bullet trains, but neglecting the topic of safety of women, which is a national issue.

He also said that the BJP party has objections with his visits to Temples, Mosques, Gurudwara’s and according to him, Hindu is a perspective which lives with a person throughout. Rahul also had some personal barbs against the Prime Minister, calling him an angry person, and saying that its not his problem if Modi is angry with everyone around him.

Rahul also spoke about the issue of her mother’s nationality, and said that even though her mother is Italian, she has lived most of her life in India. And that she has made a lot of sacrifices for the country, and suffered for it. He said that it only shows the personality of PM when he makes such comments about women.

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Abhishek Rana

Since my early childhood, I’ve loved writing, watching movies and having an opinion. Now, I do it professionally. Always looking for new ways to challenge myself.

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