Rahul Gandhi continued his tirade against the Modi government on the second day of his Tamil Nadu visit. Addressing a roadshow in Karur area, Rahul Gandhi accused the Modi government of attempting to destroy the agriculture sector of the country with the three new farm laws. ‘Imagine that one of the laws clearly states that farmers can't go to court to protect themselves,’ Rahul Gandhi said. The Congress leader further alleged that the PM Narendra Modi-led central government's wrong policies are responsible for ruining the country's economy, which left the youth jobless. He further alleged that the BJP and RSS have no respect for Tamil language, culture or history. Watch the full video for all the details.
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BJP-RSS ideology keeps spreading hatred throughout the country and over last 6 years people see a weakened and divided India, said Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in Tamil Nadu's Karur on January 25. "If we look at the nation and we see what Prime Minister has done over last 6 years, we see a weakened India, a divided India. An India where BJP-RSS ideology keeps spreading hatred throughout the country. Our biggest strength, economy has been demolished," said Rahul Gandhi.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi targeted Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) in Tamil Nadu’s Tiruppur. Gandhi is leading the Congress party’s campaign ahead of state elections. Gandhi called RSS 'knickerwallahs', a reference to their old uniform. Congress is invoking 'Tamil pride' to defeat AIADMK-BJP combine. Congress will contest elections in alliance with DMK. “We will not allow Narendra Modi to destroy the foundation of India...He doesn't understand that only Tamil people can decide the future of Tamil Nadu. 'Knickerwallahs' from Nagpur can never ever decide the future of the state,” said Gandhi. Watch the full video for more.
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A 14-year-old girl was allegedly gangraped in Girwai area of Gwalior on January 13. One of the accused is victim's relative. A case has been registered under relevant sections of IPC against the perpetrators. Further investigations are underway.
At least 11 people have died after consuming suspected spurious liquor in Madhya Pradesh's Morena. Police said eight others have fallen ill and were referred to Gwalior for treatment. As per the preliminary reports, some villagers consumed a white-colored liquor. Police added that the autopsy reports will ascertain if the liquor was poisonous or not. State Home Minister Narottam Mishra said a police official has been suspended following the incident. "The incident of deaths caused by drinking poisonous liquor in morena is very sad. The in-charge of the police station concerned has been suspended. A separate team is also being sent to conduct the investigation. People who are responsible for the incident will not be spared," Mishra said.
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Congress lashed out at the BJP over the Hindu Mahasabha inaugurating a study centre dedicated to Mahatama Gandhi’s assassin Nathuram Godse. The former Madhya Pradesh CM called on the BJP and Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan to clarify whether they backed the ideology of Mahatma Gandhi's killer. He dared the MP government to put a stop to all such activities and take strict action against the culprit and added that failure to act would imply that the state government backs Godse’s ideology. This comes after the Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha opened a library dedicated to Gandhi’s assassin in Gwalior on Sunday. A video of the event showed Hindu Mahasabha workers garlanding Godse and performing aarti at the event. Watch the full video for all the details.
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