Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Rahul Gandhi said – PM Modi had his ministers locked up at the time of demonetization


Congress Speaker Rahul Gandhi accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of locking his ministers in his residence on Friday when demonetization was announced.

According to news agency ANI, Rahul said at a meeting in Solan in Himachal Pradesh: “Narendra Modi had his ministers locked up on Race Course Road 7 at the time of demonetization. This is true. SPG (Special Protection Team) is also concerned with my security. He told me this.”

Rahul also targeted Prime Minister Modi for his statement about the airstrike on Balakot and said he lives in his own dream world.

The Congress President said: “Look, how much information the Prime Minister has. He told the Air Force not to panic. He said India will benefit from Badal because Pakistan’s radars cannot catch him because of Badal. He lives in his own world. He doesn’t even listen to people, which he should be listening to.”

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It is worth noting that Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently claimed in a televised interview that he had asked the Air Force to use the cloud as a cover so that it could protect the Indian Air Force’s fighters from Pakistani raiders during the Balakot airstrike and help to protect it. to avoid.

Rahul Gandhi also promised that he is in favor of the implementation of Nyay and other plans and not like the BJP who lost five years by cheating the people of the country. In Himachal Pradesh, polls will be held on May 19 in the final phase of the seven-stage elections. The counting of votes starts on May 23.

(This story was published from The Wire Agency’s feed and the text has not been altered in any way)

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