EDITORIAL

February, 2017

The manner in which the government was showing an anxiety to present the fourth budget of the NDA in such an hurry that they gave up on a practice of adjournment of parliament on the demise of a sitting member gave an impression that there would be something in the budget which would make it immensely popular in the midst of the assembly elections. The Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi said’ we were expecting fireworks, instead it was a damp squib’.

CONGRESS SANDESH

February, 2017

The Prime Minister Sh. Narender Modi is so out of touch about speaking in the parliament that even his speech in the parliament was full of clichés and election rhetoric. The Prime Minister in his election mode did not forget to address the members as ‘Bhaino aur Bhaiyo’ unlike the manner in which members are addressed in a session of parliament.

Modi Doesn’t Ask Anyone to Speak Out Their ‘Mann ki BAAT’: Congress Vice President, Shri Rahul Gandhi

February, 2017

Panaji (GOA): Congress Vice-President Shri Rahul Gandhi addressed a poll rally in Mapusa, Goa on 30th January, 2017 before the state Assembly elections scheduled on February 4. In his speech he took a jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi accusing him of lying about the development in Goa.

Fighting Against Ideology That Killed Gandhiji: Rahul

February, 2017

Thane (Maharashtra): Congress Vice President Shri Rahul Gandhi on 30th January, 2017 said that he was fighting against an ideology that killed Mahatma Gandhi.

Amarinder Singh Will Be Next Chief Minister, Says Rahul Gandhi

February, 2017

MAJITHA (PUNJAB): Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi addressed a public gathering in Punjab ahead of the February 4 assembly elections. He started his  three-day visit  of the state from Amritsar’s Majitha where he attacked the ruling Shiromani Akali Dal-BJP alliance.

Rahul Gandhi Attacks PM Modi on Manmohan Singh Remark

February, 2017

Udham Singh Nagar (Uttarakhand): Congress Vice President Shri Rahul Gandhi began his Uttarakhand campaign on 9th February, 2017 with a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his remarks against the former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

Those Involved in Scams, see it Everywhere, Says Rahul Gandhi

February, 2017

KANPUR: Hitting back at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his ‘SCAM’ jibe, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on 5th February, 2016 alleged that one who was in the wrong saw a scam in everything, while SP chief Akhilesh Yadav said the acronym stood for “Save Country from Amit Shah and Modi.”

This government has proved failure on every front. instead of moving on the path of progress, our country is regressing

February, 2017

THE LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION (SHRI GHUlAM NABI AZAD): Concerns have been expressed on Kashmir issue in the Presidential Address. It is a matter of great concern that many security forces have lost their lives and hundreds got injured in the terrorist attacks. This Government has proved a failure in checking incidents of infiltration.

The Government had three stated objectives for demonetization i.e. to curb the black money, to check fake currency, stop funding for terrorism and also to eradicate corruption, but all these objectives miserably failed

February, 2017

SHRI MAllIKARJUN KHARGE: It stands to be my duty to make the common people aware of the shortcomings inherent in this Address and the veracity of the facts enumerated therein. Most of the people failed to understand the reasons for the merger of Rail Budget with the General Budget.

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