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Rahul says the BJP won’t get more 150 seats

Rahul Gandhi, the leader of the Congress, said today that Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who had previously spoken of surpassing 400 seats, is now not even talking about achieving 150 seats. After June 4, he claimed, Modi will not be the prime minister.

At an election rally in Raebareli, Rahul Gandhi voiced worries about the BJP and RSS’s plans to repeal the Constitution while accompanied by his sister, Priyanka Gandhi. “BJP leaders have said again and time again that if they win the election, they will remove the Constitution. The government of Adani and Ambani would rule instead of the people in the absence of the Constitution, he said.

The former president of the Congress recalled his family’s more than a century-long link with Raebareli, saying he had arrived there at a pivotal juncture in history when the BJP and the RSS were threatening the Constitution and it needed to be preserved. “We have a century-old friendship with Raebareli. It was from this place that our ancestor, Jawaharlal Nehru began his political career. From this place, my mother Sonia Gandhi and grandmother, Indira Gandhi have been involved in politics. That’s the reason I’ve came to this contest poll.

The district hospital, Lalgunj Rail Coach Factory, NTPC Unchahar, AIIMS, Spice Park, Sharda Canal, Ganga Bridge, Rajiv Gandhi Petroleum Institute, National Flying Academy, National Fashion Technology Institute, FDDI, and highways were among the development projects completed by the Congress in Raebareli, according to Rahul’s list of accomplishments.

Since they were little, according to Priyanka Gandhi, her brother has never put up with unfairness. He never gave up in his lifelong battle for justice. “One will not find a bold, daring, and kind-hearted individual in the nation’s politics. He has chosen and will continue to follow the road of truth. In an attempt to win support for her brother, she said, “He will stand shoulder to shoulder with the people of Raebareli and bring development.”

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