Yeddyurappa says 'baccha' Rahul's Karnataka visit will work in BJP's favour


Gandhi called the Mann Ki Baat programme "a monologue", and added: "I look forward to your sermon". "And with the Vijay Mallya and Nirav Modi scandals we know that this is a government that not only can not remove corruption but is also actively participating in it", he said. He was speaking to reporters during a roadshow in poll-bound Meghalaya.

Later addressing a public rally in Shillong, the Congress president said, "Just because the BJP can buy a few MLAs, including Congress MLA, you cannot buy the church".

Meanwhile, According to Meghalaya Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC), Congress President Rahul Gandhi will campaign in different parts of the during two-day visit of the state.

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Rahul has targeted the PM over his silence on the bank scam involving Nirav Modi, alleging that the tainted businessman fled the country after protection from the "powers that be".

After Enforcement Directorate's filed a money laundering case against Nirav Modi, his wife Ami, brother Nishal and relative Mehul Choksi on February 14, following a complaint by the PNB. The 58,000 Crore RAFALE scam. "There can not be a bigger irony than Rahul Gandhi talking about corruption".

Mukul criticised Union home minister Rajnath Singh, who was campaigning for the BJP in the state the day before, for blaming the Congress-led government for the death of Williamnagar NCP candidate Jonathone N. Sangma, saying that it was not serious about the law-and-order situation in the state. "Where is the success story?" said the Congress president who also reminded the people about the hardship faced by them during the demonetisation of currency.

Though the schedule for election to the 224-member assembly in Karnataka is yet to be declared, campaigning has already begun with national leaders from the Congress and the BJP training guns at each other.

"I promise you that we will not allow a repetition of Manipur in Meghalaya".