BJP uses 'land deal' report to target Rahul & Priyanka

  • BJP uses 'land deal' report to target Rahul & Priyanka

BJP uses 'land deal' report to target Rahul & Priyanka

One student asked about the investigation into Robert Vadra, his brother-in-law.

Citing a media report, Union Minister and BJP leader Smriti Irani told reporters that Robert Vadra is "merely a mask" in the controversial land deals and his brother-in-law Rahul Gandhi is the "real face".

Interacting with women students of a city college, he recalled the day he hugged Modi and said he can not hate him since love "is in the country's grain, every religion, and the Tamil people".

In response to a question, he said he had learnt the lessons of humility and love from his mother Sonia Gandhi. "How many of you have got the opportunity to ask the PM questions", said Rahul Gandhi.

"I learnt from Modi that when he attacks me, throws anger at me, he trains me not to reply in anger.so I can not hate Modi.do you hate people who teach you things.no", he said. I don't have any animosity towards him.

RTI activist Raju Mahanta filed the complaint, contending that the Congress chief has shown his "anti-India stance by addressing a terrorist with a "ji", Pradip Nath, the officer-in-charge of Morigaon police station. But, inside me I was feeling affection for him. This man is not able to see the beauty of the world. "I genuinely feel love for the man".

"We are convinced India is spending less on education, our target is 6 per cent".

Speaking to scores of women students at Stella Maris College in Chennai on Wednesday, Congress President Rahul Gandhi asked, "How many times have you seen the Prime Minister of India standing in the middle of 3,000 women like this? We will pass women's reservation bill in Lok Sabha, assemblies and reserve 33% for women in govt jobs".

Later in the day, Gandhi will hold a press conference at Hotel Le Meridien in Chennai and is scheduled to address a public rally at Scott Christian College ground in Kanyakumari's Nagercoil. The opposition party's highest decision-making body, Congress Working Committee met in Ahmedabad on Tuesday.