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India Modi does not respect his guru, I feel sad for Advani: Rahul Gandhi

04:55  13 june  2018
04:55  13 june  2018 Source:   indiatoday.in

"Good He Doesn't Take Real Questions": Rahul Gandhi's Dig At PM Modi

  "Good He Doesn't Take Real Questions": Rahul Gandhi's Dig At PM Modi"The first Indian Prime Minister who takes 'spontaneous' questions that the translator has pre-scripted answers to," the Congress president tweeted.

Today I feel very sad for Advani ji. This is our culture: Congress President Rahul Gandhi in Mumbai pic.twitter.com/GKxfrRa64K. — ANI (@ANI) June 12, 2018. LK Advani has been the guru of PM Modi , but I have seen in events that PM Modi does not even respect his guru .

It is sad that the Supreme Court has again opened the case of the Babri Masjid against LK Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi. But Mr Vajpayee always kept him in check, and when Mr Modi came on the scene, Mr Advani was already in his 80s. Made in Mandsaur: Will Rahul Gandhi win the kisan vote?

Rahul Gandhi © Getty Rahul Gandhi

Congress President Rahul Gandhi, along with the Mumbai Congress Chief Sanjay Nirupam addressed almost 15,000 booth-level workers as a part Project Shakti today in Mumbai.

Project Shakti is Nirupam's brainchild which aims at empowering the ground-level workers and facilitating two-way communication between the party workers and the central leadership.

The Congress President in his speech hit out at BJP and said, "They (BJP) have recently lost in Karnataka and have barely saved themselves in Gujarat, they will be wiped out in Rajasthan, MP and Chhatisgarh. Congress and other opposition parties will defeat them in the General Elections of 2019.

Rahul Gandhi also mentioned the former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee's ailing health condition in his speech.

"I went to meet the former PM on priority because I am a soldier of Congress. Vajpayee Ji had worked for our country and we respect him as he was the Prime Minister. This is our culture," said Rahul Gandhi.

"Make In India A failure, All Made In China": Rahul Gandhi in Mandsaur

  "Make In India A failure, All Made In China": Rahul Gandhi in MandsaurMandsaur was the epicenter of last year's protracted protests by farmers, which the state police tried to quell midway by opening fire on a group of protesters. Six farmers had died in the firing - their friends and families say justice still eludes them. To mark the first anniversary of the tragedy, angry farmers have planned a 10-day protest in the area.

To top it all, the inexperience of Rahul Gandhi and his inability to connect with the masses is a stone. L K Advani was branded as an oldie and Rahul Gandhi was the youth icon. Whatever respect and popularity that Modi enjoys today is hard earned.

It's sad but true that we tend to value how our politicians perform abroad. Modi himself became a phenomenon on the back of rabid approval from non-resident Indians in America, after all. On his three-day visit to Gujarat, Rahul Gandhi visited a number of temples.

The Congress President also said that he has observed in events how PM Modi does not respect senior leaders of the Bhartiya Janta Party. He said that he feels sad for LK Advani and the Congress has given the senior leader more respect then BJP did.

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Rahul mentioned in his speech that a senior politician once told him that it's after 50 years he has realised that only Congress can keep the country safe and defeat the ideology of BJP and RSS.

The Congress President's visit to Mumbai was clearly one of the most important initial moves for the Congress Party as the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections are just a few months away.

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