In a fresh salvo against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday hit out at the PM alleging that his friends raced to find strategic partners after the Government "re-tendered" $15 billion fighter jet deal.
He added: "Time is running out for Modi and his government".
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A direction in this regard has been issued by Congress president Rahul Gandhi to party leaders in all states and the district headquarters, AICC General secretary Ashok Gehlot said.
"Shah and Modi are convinced that they are the only two human beings in this country and all others are not".
The BSP and the SP jointly fought Gorakhpur and Phulpur Lok Sabha seats during the recent bypolls, costing the BJP both the seats, vacated respectively by UP CM Yogi Adiytanath and deputy CM Keasav Prasad Maurya.
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Travelling in a Metro train to walking down the popular streets of Bengaluru and having kulfi from a roadside ice cream parlour, Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Sunday did it all in "aam aadmi" style.
With the polling day inching closer, the Congress-ruled Karnataka has turned into a political battleground with parties extensively campaigning across the state.
"Frankly, I don't see the BJP winning the next election".
"It is true that there is the Congress party government here, but Karnataka is also part of India and Karnataka has not committed any mistake", he said. "Everybody can see that, you can hear it in his speeches", he said.
Later, Gandhi participated at the ruling party's "Jan Ashirvada Yatra", held for the people's blessings in the May 12 Karnataka assembly election. The Congress has also been demanding the Centre to disclose the price of the deal but the Modi-led government has always denied the request saying, "The price of the jets can not be revealed in the interest of national security". "It's simple", Mr Gandhi said at an informal media interaction in Bengaluru, according to news agency Press Trust of India.