Rahul comparing the uncomparables, says Ananth Kumar

Rahul comparing the uncomparables, says Ananth Kumar

Rahul comparing the uncomparables, says Ananth Kumar

"He looks front and knows if he is going the wrong way, he does not give excuses". Claiming that the Congress "does what it says", Gandhi said his party always worked for the future, while Modi drove the vehicle looking at the rear-view mirror.

As part of the "soft Hindutva" agenda CongessPrisident Rahul Gandhi today went around temples in North Karnatakaand asked the people of the state to reject the BJP in the comingAssembly election.

Stating that Congress has faced huge setbacks and BJP has won wherever Rahul Gandhi has campaigned in the past, BSY said, "His arrival is like arrival of good fortune for BJP". "When I requested for a farm loan waiver, Siddaramaiahji immediately obliged".

The present government had completed the negotiations in just about one year, it said. "BJP failed to create jobs, bring back black money and brought down the economy, but all Modi talks about is Congress is this, Congress is that,"the Gandhi scion said".

"The BJP-led government has failed to create jobs, bring black money from overseas to the country and weakened the economy by demonetising currency (in November 2016) and hastily introducing Goods and Services Tax (GST) since July 1", the Congress leader added.


After his rear-view mirror drive jibe at prime minister, Congress president Rahul Gandhi likened Narendra Modi to a cricketer who bats looking at the wicketkeeper without knowing from where the ball is coming.

Through the day, BJP upped its ante on social media with Mr. Yeddyurappa posing Chief Minister Siddaramaiah 14 questions and BJP posing AICC president Rahul Gandhi 10 questions, with hashtags #Dare2Answer and #RahulMustAnswer, respectively.

Gandhi's 30-minute speech in Hindi was simultaneously translated in the native language Kannada for the benefit of the audience.

He is also expected to have corner meetings, interact with farmer union representatives and attend a tribal rally, among other things.

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