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‘After June 4, if ED asks PM about corruption, he will say …’: Rahul’s dig at PM Modi | India News



NEW DELHI: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Monday took a jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi‘s “sent by God” remark and said in jest that if the Enforcement Directorate questions PM Modi about corruption after the elections, he might attribute his actions to divine intervention.
The context of Gandhi’s remark was in reference to PM Modi’s interview on the banks of the Ganga, where he stated that he felt he was not “born biologically” but rather “sent by God.”
While addressing a rally in Bihar, Rahul Gandhi confidently asserted that Narendra Modi would not be able to secure another term as prime minister, citing a strong wave of support for the INDIA bloc throughout the country.
“You know why PM Modi has brought this story of Parmatma? Because, after the election when this ED will ask Narendra Modi about Adani, he will say, I don’t know, it was asked to me by Parmatma … Modi ji, stop giving long speeches and dividing the country. First, tell this to the people of Bihar, of the country, how many jobs you have given to the youth of the country?” he said.
He challenged the Prime Minister to focus on addressing the nation’s issues, such as unemployment, rather than delivering lengthy speeches and sowing division.
Gandhi also highlighted the INDIA bloc’s plans to support women financially, promising a monthly deposit of Rs 8,500 into their accounts starting from July, if the alliance forms the government at the Centre.
“When the INDIA block will form the government, the Agnipath scheme will be withdrawn,” Gandhi said.





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