Congress president Rahul Gandhi today hit out at BJP chief Amit Shah's remarks equating opposition parties with animals, saying that the "disrespectful statement" reflected his "mentality" and tore into the PM Modi rule, alleging there is a collapse of government. But the Modi government has not relented any news.
The comments came in the backdrop of Rahul Gandhi's claim that Modi may lose from Varanasi against a united opposition in 2019.
Hailing the CM for taking such a strong step towards the betterment of sanitation workers, Gandhi said, "Now, when we get the government in Delhi, we will learn from the Karnataka government because the person doing the most hard work should be rewarded the most. We will take over Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan, and Chattisgarh".
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"One can easily make out that from Modi's face while Shah is so tensed that he ended up praising Karnataka's roads as the best in the country at a function in Maharashtra recently".
"Frankly, I don't see BJP winning the next election, so in 2019 we will go back to the normal, I sense", he said in reply to a question on "dalit anger".
"Where is the BJP going to win seats?"
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Referring to BJP national president Amit Shah terming the opposition party members "animals", he said: "There are two non-animals in the country, one is Modi and the other is Shah".
Gandhi was on a two-day visit to the southern state since Saturday for the sixth time in two months to campaign for the party. Gandhi said, pointing to efforts taken by Opposition parties in several states.
"What is happening to Dalits across the country is disgusting and awful and our prime minister has nothing to say".
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Later, addressing a huge rally at the party's "Jan Ashirvada Yatra" to seek the people's blessings for the Congress victory in the ensuing assembly election, Gandhi said Modi failed to fulfil a single promise he made to the youth of the country. 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". "Is Karnataka not a part of #India? he asked".
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