JNU row, Make in India, Black Money, 26/11 attack: Highlights from Rahul Gandhi’s speech

New Delhi: Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his government in the Parliament, and questioned their action on a range of issues, including JNU row, Make in India, Rohith Vemula, 26/11 Mumbai attack.

Highlights from Rahul Gandhi’s speech:

·        When 26/11 ops were on, our citizens and soldiers were dying, government of India begged the then Gujarat CM to not visit Mumbai, but he didn't listen to it:


·        PM didn't consult the armed forces, he didn't consult the officials, I don't think he even discussed with Sushma ji


·        Without any thought or vision, the PM decided to go have tea with Pakistan PM


·        Most important question, where is Naga accord now? It's gone with the wind. Bye Bye accord

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·        You have been taught by your teachers in RSS,that there is only one truth in universe,your own and that nobody else’s opinion matters


·        When I salute the flag I am not saluting the cloth. I am saluting the relationships that the flag represents: Rahul Gandhi


·        A nation is the relationship between its people. It is nothing but the conversation between its citizens


·        I make mistakes, I am not from RSS


·        Govt has brought 'Fair and Lovely' scheme in Budget for people to convert blackmoney into white money, alleges Rahul Gandhi in Lok Sabha


·        The PM cannot run the country only on his opinion. The country is not the PM and the PM is not the country


·        Why didn't Prime Minister utter a word when teachers and media were attacked, asks Rahul while talking about JNU incident


·        Modi ji had promised that he will put people with black money behind bars, now they have come up with way to save those people: Rahul Gandhi


·        They launched a "Fair & Lovely" yojana, to convert black money to white money: Rahul Gandhi in Lok Sabha


·        Arun Jaitley came to me and said that there was no better scheme than MNREGA; I asked him why he doesn't tell that to his boss, he kept mum


·        Before elections PM Modi said Dal is 70 Rs/Kg and he promised to bring down prices, but now Dal is 200 Rs/Kg

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