Congress’ Rahul Gandhi slams BJP, PM Modi following Yeddyurappa’s resignation as Karnataka CM

Congress party Vice President Rahul Gandhi speaks during a roadshow in Allahabad, India, Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016. Gandhi is on a Kisan Yatra, or Farmers Journey, ahead of the Uttar Pradesh state elections, scheduled for 2017. (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh)
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Indian National Congress President Rahul Gandhi in a press meet thanked the opposition of Karnataka Assembly for standing their ground and uprooting the BJP government from power. Apart from the praises, Gandhi also slammed PM Modi and Amit Shah desperately trying everything to gain power.

During the press meet, Gandhi said “You have seen openly how the PM directly authorized purchasing of MLAs in Karnataka, so the idea that PM spreads in the country that he is fighting corruption, is a blatant lie, he is corruption.”

“Did you notice that after the entire exercise in Karnataka Vidhan Sabha, the BJP legislators and speaker chose to leave the house before the national anthem? It shows they can disrespect any institution if in power, both BJP and RSS have disrespected institutions,” said Rahul Gandhi

“PM Narendra Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah do not respect any institution,” the Congress President added.

Praising and thanking the JD (S) party and Karnataka Congress, he said “I am proud that opposition stood together and defeated the BJP and we will continue to do so.”

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