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Rahul Gandhi holds roadshow in Kerela’s Wayanad; renews attacks on PM Modi

On his second day to his Lok Sabha Seat Wayanad, Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Saturday held a roadshow in Kalpetta of Wayanad district. He later addressed the public gathering and renewed his attacks on Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Rahul Gandhi attacked PM Modi and accused him of spreading poison to win elections. As quoted by ANI said, Gandhi, said, ‘At the national level we’re fighting poison. Mr. Narendra Modi uses poison, I’m using a strong word but Mr. Narendra Modi uses poison of hatred to divide this country. He uses anger & hatred to divide the people of this country. He uses lies to win the election’.

Further slamming Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi said Narendra Modi represents worst sentiments of this country.

‘He represents anger, he represents hatred, he represents insecurity and he represents lies’, Rahul Gandhi said.

Thanking voters for electing him, Rahul Gandhi assured people of full cooperation. As reported by ANI, Wayanad MP said, ‘Even though I belong to the Congress party our doors will be open for every single citizen of Wayanad, regardless of their age, regardless of where they come from, regardless of what ideology they come from’.

Congress President & Wayanad MP Rahul Gandhi also reviewed representations and concerns of constituents.

Earlier on May 31, Rahul Gandhi had written to Kerela Chief Minister Pinrayi Vijayan demanding an inquiry in the suicide case of a debt-ridden farmer.

Rahul Gandhi won the Lok Sabha Polls with a heavy margin of over 4.30 Lakh votes from Wayanad Lok Sabha Seat. He defeated his opponent PP Sunner of CPI-M in the recently held national polls. However, Gandhi lost its stronghold Amethi by 55,000 votes by BJP‘s Smriti Irani.

This is Rahul Gandhi’s first visit to his new Lok Sabha Constituency. The Congress faced a crushing defeat in national polls and won 52 seats, which is only 8 more than it got in 2014 national polls.

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