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Rahul Gandhi Visiting Assam is a Picnic for Him: Amit Shah

  by NEWSNER , 2021-03-23 10:42:51


Rahul Gandhi Visiting Assam is a Picnic for Him: Amit Shah

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday took a jibe at Congress MP Rahul Gandhi’s recent visit to Assam stating that it had been nothing quite a picnic.

 

“Recently, Rahul baba visited Assam. For him, visiting Assam is nothing quite a picnic. He comes here enjoys a picnic and goes back. When he talks about labourers, I desire to laugh, as Congress didn't do anything for garden workers during the time they were in power,” Amit Shah said at a public rally in Udalguri.

 

“The BJP government in 5 years promised to offer 12,500 to pregnant women workers which are reached to 18000. we've opened quite 7.5 lakh bank accounts,” the BJP leader said.

 

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Earlier within the day, in Assam’s Majuli, Shah said, “Congress ruled for 15 years. Many terror outfits killed people. Our security jawans were killed. No probe was done. Bullets, guns and other people getting killed are a thing of the past since we've come. Terrorists surrendered, left terrorism and entered the mainstream.”

 

Last week on Saturday, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi had slammed National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government over the rise in LPG cylinder prices employed by households and asked the gang at a rally in Assam who benefits from this.

 

Speaking at a public rally in Jorhat, Rahul Gandhi had said,


“The cost of LPG gas cylinders during the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government was Rs 400, now under NDA, it's Rs 900. Who benefits from this? Not the poor, only India’s 2-3 industrialists. Their taxes, loans are waived off while nothing is being finished.

 

The Congress leader has released the party’s manifesto before the state assembly elections during which they need to be promised to defend the “idea of the state of Assam”.

 

Elections for the 126-seat Assam assembly are scheduled to require a place in three phases from March 27 to April 6. The results are going to be announced on May 2.

 

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday took a jibe at Congress MP Rahul Gandhi’s recent visit to Assam stating that it had been nothing quite a picnic.

 

“Recently, Rahul baba visited Assam. For him, visiting Assam is nothing quite a picnic. He comes here enjoys a picnic and goes back. When he talks about labourers, I desire to laugh, as Congress didn't do anything for garden workers during the time they were in power,” Amit Shah said at a public rally in Udalguri.

 

“The BJP government in 5 years promised to offer 12,500 to pregnant women workers which are reached to 18000. we've opened quite 7.5 lakh bank accounts,” the BJP leader said.

 

Earlier within the day, in Assam’s Majuli, Shah said, “Congress ruled for 15 years. Many terror outfits killed people. Our security jawans were killed. No probe was done. Bullets, guns and other people getting killed are a thing of the past since we've come. Terrorists surrendered, left terrorism and entered the mainstream.”

 

Last week on Saturday, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi had slammed National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government over the rise in LPG cylinder prices employed by households and asked the gang at a rally in Assam who benefits from this.

 

Speaking at a public rally in Jorhat, Rahul Gandhi had said,


“The cost of LPG gas cylinders during the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government was Rs 400, now under NDA, it's Rs 900. Who benefits from this? Not the poor, only India’s 2-3 industrialists. Their taxes, loans are waived off while nothing is being finished.

 

The Congress leader has released the party’s manifesto before the state assembly elections during which they need to be promised to defend the “idea of the state of Assam”.

 

Elections for the 126-seat Assam assembly are scheduled to require a place in three phases from March 27 to April 6. The results are going to be announced on May 2.

 

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