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New Delhi: Soon after Prime Minister Narendra Modi introduced the extension of PMGKAY to facilitate free ration to 80 crore individuals, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi took a poetic jibe at the Centre.

In a tweet, Rahul Gandhi stated that PM is diverting from the actual situation and will relatively ‘talk about how the convoy was looted.’

“Don’t distract by beating about the bush; but do tell how the convoy was robbed; I don’t have grievances against the robbers; but your leadership is in question” Rahul tweeted in Hindi.

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Earlier within the day, Rahul Gandhi had posted on implementation of Nyay scheme and to inform the nation when China will depart the Indian land.

“The whole country knows that China has snatched India’s land.We all know that Chinese are at four places in Ladakh. Please tell the country how will you evict Chinese troops and when?” he requested in a video speech.

Twitterati take potshots at Rahul for poetic jibe

Soon after Rahul took jibe at PM Modi, the Congress chief turned the goal of Twitterrati who took potshots at him.



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