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Thursday, March 3, 2016

Rahul Gandhi attacks PM in Lok Sabha, takes dig at govt schemes

The usually belligerent Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday wore a benign smile as he tore into the Narendra Modi dispensation in a calm and composed manner in the Lok Sabha, lambasting the Prime Minister on a slew of issues, right from the JNU row to the issue of black money to Pakistan policy as well as the “invisible” Naga peace accord. While launching this stinging attack, he even handled the incessant heckling by the Treasury benches with a calm demeanour.

Mr Gandhi seemed in total control during his speech in the Lok Sabha (as part of the discussion on the vote of thanks over the President’s speech). In a calculated attack, he took on the government on all the aforementioned issues turn by turn. He said Mr Modi brought a “Fair and Lovely Yojna” to convert black money into white and blamed him for destroying the UPA’s work against insurgency in Jammu and Kashmir and against terrorism.

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