Unlike Modi, who attacked him and his late father Rajiv Gandhi in Amethi, Rahul chose to remain silent and let the five-hour road-show do the talking in the final few hours of Congress’s Kashi campaign.
Questioning BJP's PM candidate Narendra Modi’s qualifications to become the ‘chowkidar’ (guardian) of India’s financial resources, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday said Gujarat’s model of development was putting 'all the resources in the hands of two-three industrialists'.
In a reciprocal move to BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s rally in Amethi on Monday, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi will hold a three-km roadshow in Varanasi on May 10.
Bharatiya Janata Party prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s doubts on Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi's political future notwithstanding, senior Congress leaders claim that Gandhi's “reforms agenda” will expand in the party irrespective of the election results.
The Congress is planning to return Narendra Modi’s compliment — its vice-president Rahul Gandhi is likely to take the battle to BJP’s PM candidate in Varanasi on May 10 as a “fitting response” to his rally in Amethi.
Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi attacked BJP’s prime ministerial nominee Narendra Modi in his election rallies in east UP on Tuesday. “Narendra Modi has not appointed Lokayukta in Gujarat. The day Modi appoints Lokayukta in his state he will be behind bars,” Rahul said in Mirzapur.
Mocking BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi for promising to curb corruption if he was made the country’s ‘watchman’, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi said, “Watchmen also steal and if there is only one watchman then major theft will occur. I want several watchmen for my country and not a single person.”
Many in Amethi feel Rahul Gandhi will win but the contest will be tougher this time because of several factors. Read on to know more.
Putting to rest all speculation, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi Saturday said the party will not support the Third Front to form the next government.
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi continued with his tirade on the secularism plank against the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) as he held two rallies in Hiamchal Pradesh on Thursday. The hill state has four Lok Sabha seats that go to polls on May 7.
Campaigning relentlessly for the past four months in the Gandhi bastion of Amethi, Aam Aadmi Party’s poet-turned-politician Kumar Vishwas is confident of pulling a coup.
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Monday contradicted the earlier stand of party candidate from Bathinda segment Manpreet Singh Badal on the issue of alleged forced displacement of Sikh farmers in Gujarat while addressing an election rally here.