Katihar: Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday launched a stinging attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi over alleged irregularities in the Rafale deal and public sector banks, and challenged him to a debate on the issue of corruption.
He said he will ask Modi three questions on the Rafale deal and industrialist Anil Ambani, and the prime minister will not be able to show his face to people. Referring to the banking sector scam, Gandhi claimed that Modi has waived loans worth Rs 3.5 lakh crore taken by 15 super-rich people. "The chowkidar has handed over keys of the banks to thieves. I promise to return these keys to the people of this country," Gandhi said at an election rally here.
The Congress' proposed minimum income guarantee NAYA will be like a surgical strike on poverty, he claimed while addressing an election rally at Katihar. "We also propose to bring a separate budget for the farmers," Gandhi said.
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