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Modi and Rahul Spar Ahead of State Elections

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In a flurry of political exchanges, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress leader Rahul Gandhi have launched verbal salvos, characterizing each other’s parties and governance styles. The heated rhetoric comes as both Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh prepare for upcoming state elections.

Rahul Gandhi Accuses BJP of Operating ‘Secret Remote Controls’

Rahul Gandhi, while launching the Mukhyamantri Gramin Awas Nyay Yojana in Chhattisgarh, waved a remote control and claimed that the BJP operates hidden “remote controls” to manipulate the government. He asserted that PM Modi “presses it secretly,” alluding to alleged crony capitalism and privatization. Rahul Gandhi cited the example of Adani Group’s involvement in Mumbai airport and claimed that questioning such actions led to the cancellation of his Lok Sabha membership.

“In all Congress-ruled states, the public is at the helm. Our governments are not run by Adaniji. And all our remote controls are for the public to see,” Rahul Gandhi countered.

Prime Minister Modi Labels Congress as ‘Rusted Iron’

Meanwhile, PM Modi addressed a rally in Madhya Pradesh and likened the Congress party to “rusted iron,” warning that a Congress-led government would push the state back into the BIMARU category, signifying economic underdevelopment. He touted the BJP’s achievements in lifting over 13.5 crore people out of poverty during their rule.

“The Congress and its allies in the Ghamandia bloc supported the Women’s Reservation Bill out of compulsion and hesitation as they understood the power of nari shakti. Its passage became possible as ‘Modi hai to Mumkin hai’,” the PM asserted.

Caste Census Promised by Rahul Gandhi

Rahul Gandhi reiterated his commitment to conducting a caste census, calling it the “X-ray of Hindustan.” He claimed that the government was avoiding it and pledged that the Congress government would undertake this task.

Election Outlook

As both states gear up for elections, Rahul Gandhi expressed confidence in the Congress’s prospects in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, and even Telangana. He predicted a close contest in Rajasthan.

The war of words between the two political leaders underscores the escalating rivalry and stakes involved in the upcoming state elections.

Summary:

  • Rahul Gandhi accuses BJP of operating hidden “remote controls” for government decisions.
  • PM Modi characterizes Congress as “rusted iron” that would hinder Madhya Pradesh’s progress.
  • Both leaders trade barbs as Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh prepare for state elections.
  • Rahul Gandhi reiterates the commitment to conduct a caste census.
  • Political pundits closely watch the unfolding political drama as elections approach.
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