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‘Modilie’: Congress president Rahul Gandhi attacks PM modi on twitter with new ‘word’

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Congress president Rahul Gandhi took to twitter to target prime minister Narendra Modi, targeting about PM being lying.

Rahul Gandhi wrote on twitter, “There’s a new word in the English Dictionary. Attached is a snapshot of the entry :)”

Rahul Gandhi claimed that a new word has been added in the English dictionary, ‘modilie’ which according to him means ‘to constantly modify the truth’.

However, when checked about this word on online dictionary, it seems there in no such word as ‘Modilie’.modilie

It seems Rahul Gandhi was just trying to pull Modi’s leg with his recent tweet.

Rahul gandhi has recently attacked Modi on several occasions on him lying. Rahul recently in his speech said that Narendra modi had lied to the entire country in 2014 and none of his promises were fulfilled.

Modi recently in his interview with News Nations, claimed that he used digital camera in the year 1987-88 which was proved to be wrong.

Another blunder Modi made by saying that he had used email at the same time which was also contradicted later by experts.

Rahul Gandhi and Narendra modi both are campaigning currently for the last phase of loksabha elections. Narendra Modi addressed a rally today in Bihar whereas Rahul Gandhi attended a rally in Punjab.

While Narendra Modi is targeting congress on issues like dynastic politics, gandhi family, national issues etc, Rahul Gandhi is bringing out issues like Demonetization, GST, farmers, unemployment etc.

It should be noted that Rahul Gandhi has promised that if Congress party comes back to power, they will provide Rs 72,000 per years to the poorest 20% of the population under the scheme ‘Nyay’.

Another big promise made by Rahul Gandhi is that in the first year of his government, his party will fill 22 lakh government job posts which are vacant as of now.

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