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We take responsibility to make Punjab drug-free: Rahul Gandhi

HT Correspondent , Hindustan Times  Bathinda, April 28, 2014
First Published: 12:34 IST(28/4/2014) | Last Updated: 17:39 IST(28/4/2014)

Rahul Gandhi on Monday said that the Congress will take the responsiblity to eliminate the problem of drug addiction in Punjab. He was speaking at a rally organised at Bathinda to support Congress-PPP candidate and former state finance minister Manpreet Badal.



We take responsibility to make make Punjab drug-free

We will work to include 70 crore people above BPL in the middle-class category

We know that for strengthening this country, we need to give power to youth, farmers and people

We know you people have power. We speak with respect. This is the difference between us and others

A man (Modi) whose posters in Delhi talks about women empowerment, asks police in Gujarat to chase a women.

BJP and SAD only make excuses

Congress is fighting in Gujarat for the rights of the Sikh farmers facing eviction

Sikh farmers from Gujarat came to me and asked me whether they belong to Pakistan

Modi doesn't see corruption in Punjab, Karnataka, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh

There is money in Punjab but it is only going to 2 or 3 people

We raised the drug abuse issue in Punjab,the state govt gave us an absurd reason that Pakistan is doing it.

Why is Modi only favouring some industrialists?

Modi says there is no drug addiction in Punjab and held someone else (Congress) responsible

Rs 30, 000 cr we have allotted for MNREGA; crores for food security. Its is neither #Akalis or our money

Every person should have the right to housing in this country

We will provide free medical facility to poor in the country

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