Congress leader Rahul Gandhi once again criticized Prime Minister Modi. He said that the media is caught in the hands of two or three industrialists who are related to Prime Minister Modi, that’s why, unlike the Prime Minister’s speeches, his speeches are not seen in the media.
First Published Feb 23, 2023, 6:58 AM IST
Targeting the media including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi criticized. He alleged that the media is in the hands of big industrialists who are related to Prime Minister Modi. He said that unlike Prime Minister Modi’s speeches, his speeches are not seen in the media. In view of the Meghalaya elections 2023, an election rally was organized in the capital Shillong. On this occasion, he targeted the media including Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Also, he directly criticized the TMC. “I asked the Prime Minister about the relationship with Adani. I also showed the picture of PM sitting in Adani Ji plane and PM Modi relaxing like his own home. He said that Prime Minister Modi has not answered even a single question in this regard.
‘My speech is nowhere to be found’
Why is my name Gandhi? Why not Nehru? He said that the Prime Minister asked him. He said that he had given a speech in Parliament, but when PM Modi gave his speech, he was seen all over the TVs, but his speech was nowhere to be seen.
He alleged that the media was also targeting his speeches and that it was being controlled by PM Modi’s men. Two-three big industrialists who are related to Prime Minister Modi are controlling the media. Rahul said that his speech is not being seen in the media due to their restrictions. They lamented that they are not able to express their feelings even in the media now.
“You also know the history of TMC, you know about the violence in Bengal… you know their tradition, they came to Goa and spent huge money thinking to help BJP. TMC’s idea is to see BJP come to power in Meghalaya,” Rahul Gandhi said.
Kharge participated in an election campaign in Nagaland on 21st of this month. Kharge lashed out at the ruling alliance saying that the National Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP) and the BJP have been looting Nagaland for the past 20 years and it is time to elect a government that works for the people. He said that the aim of BJP politics is to destroy the indigenous and unique culture of Nagas. People of Nagaland must stand against this attack on Nagaland culture and politics of hatred,” Kharge said.
Voting for Meghalaya Legislative Assembly will be held on February 27. Counting of votes on March 2. The results of the three northeastern states of Meghalaya, Nagaland and Tripura will be declared on the same day, on March 2.
Last Updated Feb 23, 2023, 6:58 AM IST