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Modi-ji, don't try to fool India, says Rahul Gandhi in Bihar l April 16, 2014: Kishanganj, Bihar: At a rally in Kishanganj, Bihar, Rahul Gandhi made a rare direct reference to his political opponent, Narendra Modi, the chief minister of Gujarat who is running for Prime Minister. "Modi-ji, don't try to fool India," the young Congress vice-president said, alleging that the Gujarat model of development, offered as

Mr Modi's top qualification for Prime Minister, is exaggerated and misleading. "For every Nano car that is built in Gujarat, the government there spends Rs. 40,000 to Tatas (the makers).  This is the money of the people of Gujarat," Mr Gandhi alleged, repeating earlier claims that Mr Modi sacrifices the interest of the common man for big business in his home state.  Mr Modi had also provided Rs. 10,000 crore loan to Tata Motors for its Nano car project at 0.1 per cent interest, while the common man gets loan from banks at 12 per cent interest, claimed Gandhi. "For every Nano car, the Gujarat government is providing Rs. 40,000 assistance," Mr Gandhi said. "The total budget of the Gujarat government on education, health and other welfare is less than Rs. 10,000 crore," he asserted With Mr Modi as its prime ministerial candidate, the BJP is expected to win the most seats in the national election that ends on May 12.  Results will be counted on May 16. Mr Modi, 64, has been wooing voters by promising to get India out of its slowest economic growth in a decade and by pointing to his track record of cutting red tape and attracting investment in his four terms as chief minister of Gujarat. Mr Gandhi is fronting the Congress campaign and is grappling with predictions of one of the party's worst-ever performances. "You get a toffee at Re 1, but Modi gave away 44,000 acre land at Rs. 1 per metre," he said recently. "This is not a Gujarat Model, this is a toffee model," he claimed.  "NDTV News l April 16, 2014, click more"

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How Rahul’s manifesto has queered the pitch for BJP

 

New Delhi: The Congress party on Wednesday released its manifesto for the Lok Sabha elections 2014 promising inclusive growth, new right to health and policies to lift 80 crore people into the middle class, while further promising GDP growth rate of more than eight percent in the next three years. In its manifesto, which the Congress claimed was put together after more than 30 public consultations, the party also promised to create 10 crore more jobs for the youth. The manifesto, which was released by Congress president Sonia Gandhi in presence of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and party vice-president Rahul Gandhi, said that “social-economic rights” will be put in place by the Congress party, including “right to health, right to pension, right to housing, right to social security, right to dignity and humane working conditions, and right to entrepreneurship.” Rahul, who had expressed a personal interest in the drafting of the manifesto, said, “The manifesto we have here is truly the voice of the people of the
country. Instead of having discussions behind closed doors, we asked people for their suggestions. We interacted with businessmen, women, coolies, youth to ask them what to put in the manifesto.”  With the release of the manifesto, senior Congress leaders exuded confidence that the party will return to power. While party president Sonia Gandhi termed the manifesto as a “holy document”, vice-president Rahul Gandhi said the document was the voice of the people of the country.  Warning that Narendra Modi's ideology is damaging for the country, Congress president Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh asserted that party will fight in a determined manner the upcoming Lok Sabha polls to ensure its defeat.  Releasing the party's manifesto 'Your Voice, Our Pledge' here, they debunked the opinion polls, which predict a dismal show by the UPA, and said everybody will be "surprised" by the results. On the upbeat campaign mounted by NDA under Modi, Rahul said, "just like the 'India Shining' balloon exploded... I can say certainly the balloon will explode."Also Read: Congress Manifesto - Full Text . I Zee News / Click on link to full story. Click on link to see full story

Profile: Rahul Gandhi

Rahul Gandhi is the heir apparent of his family's dynasty, considered by many to be a prime minister in waiting.

Born on June 19, 1970, Rahul Gandhi is the son of the late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and Congress president Sonia Gandhi. He is presently the general secretary of the All India Congress Committee, a post he was appointed to on September 24, 2007, in a reshuffle of the party secretariat.

IIn March 2004, Gandhi announced his entry into politics by announcing that he would contest the May 2004 elections, standing for his father's former constituency of Amethi in Uttar Pradesh in the Lok Sabha, India's lower house of Parliament. The seat had been held by his mother until she transferred to the neighbouring seat of Rae Bareilly. The Congress had been doing poorly in Uttar Pradesh, holding only 10 of the 80 Lok Sabha seats in the state at the time. At the time, this move generated surprise among political commentators, who had regarded his sister riyanka as being the more charismatic and likely to succeed.

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Enough has already been written about Rahul Gandhi’s first interview to a TV channel. Enough has already been talked about the interview. However, people like me are still writing and talking about it even after so many days. Does that mean the interview was a success? It was no doubt a success for the channel and its journalist. However, can we say the same for the protagonist, Rahul Gandhi and his party?, How has the general feedback been for the interview? Why are people talking so much about it? More importantly, what are people talking about? That this could be an election gimmick, is no more a talking point in our country. However, if winning votes was the objective, has Rahul Gandhi been successful in the endeavour? Majority of the people that I have talked to, or the majority of the online world seems to have been very disappointed with the interview. Ironically, even the Congress supporters have not taken it kindly. So, what has gone wrong? The answer lies in poor m

edia planning. The first and foremost aspect of any media plan is its objective. Everybody knows at the macro level that the interview was given with an eye on the elections. So far, so good. But, the moot question is what did Rahul set out to achieve for the elections? Was the objective to showcase the achievements of the UPA-II government? Was the objective to clear the misconceptions doing the rounds about his government? Was the objective to counter the allegations made by the opposition? Nothing seems to be clear. Next, comes the target audience. Who was the target audience of the interview? Urban people, or rural people
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New Delhi: In January, as Rahul Gandhi's mother and Congress chief Sonia Gandhi handed her son his new responsibility of leading the party's campaign in this year's general elections, she stopped short of formally designating the name of "PM candidate" to that role. For a
party hard-wired to expect generations of Nehru-Gandhis to lead it, it was a disappointment. But, say Congressmen of all hue fervently, if the party wins again, Rahul Gandhi will be prime minister. Polls and surveys suggest that might remain a fond hope this year, unless the Congress pulls a rabbit out of the hat. They give rival party the BJP an edge. Ever since he made his political debut 10 years ago, Congressmen have held their breath to see the Gandhi heir step into what was for long mysteriously called a "bigger role." Through 10 years of the Congress-led UPA running the show at the centre, Mr Gandhi did not join the government, choosing to work for the party as the MP from family bastion Amethi in Uttar Pradesh.  Last year, Mr Gandhi, was formally elevated to the role of Congress vice-president. That elevation was inevitable; Congress leaders said it was just a matter of when. He is the great grandson of India's first Prime Minister, the grandson of its first woman Prime Minister, the son of its youngest Prime Minister and also of the party's longest-serving chief, Sonia. Rahul Gandhi was born in Delhi on June 19, 1970 to Rajiv and Sonia Gandhi, their first child. He grew up in the non-political part of the family. Rajiv, his father, a commercial pilot, was not Indira Gandhi's intended political heir; his uncle, Sanjay Gandhi was. But Sanjay Gandhi died in a plane crash in 1980, forcing a reluctant Rajiv Gandhi to enter politics. Just four years later, . ,  ZEE News l March 28, 2014, click more"
 
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Rahul hails from a family that spilled its blood like the more illustrious Father of the Nation. Gandhiji was shot dead in cold blood by someone who wanted the soul of India to die. The reddened plasma of Rahul’s grandmother – India’s Iron Lady Indira Gandhi wet the cobblestones of the bungalow in Safdarjung Road. Indira was not afraid of anyone … and not fearful of death either. Here is what she said: If I die a violent death, as some fear and a few are plotting, I know that the violence will be in the thought and the action of the assassins, not in my dying. I don't mind if my life goes in the service of the nation. If I die today every drop of my blood will invigorate the nation.

The desperados meant to guard her life but who ended up physically eliminating her could not quell the spirit of India’s unity and integrity, despite the nation’s diversity. Then, there was Rahul’s father Rajiv Gandhi … who too made the supreme sacrifice. Martyrdom does not end something, Indira Gandhi had said and had carefully added, it is only a beginning. There are many who term Rajiv Gandhi politically naïve. He tried to ensure that not only Indians in the nation’s northeast, northwest, due north and those who spoke the same language as in Bharat’s south lived honourable lives. That was the essence of the Indo-Sri Lankan accord of 1987 – whose hurried aspect to achieve too much too quickly is being touted as the reason for Rajiv Gandhi’s assassination. Yes, Rajiv Gandhi was a man in a hurry. He told the US Congress thus in 1985: India is an old country, but a young nation, we are impatient. I am impatient and I too have a dream of an India— strong, independent, self-reliant. The assassin that laid Rajiv low was remote controlled by those who were recipients of largesse from a Helping Hand – incidentally, the symbol of the Congress. The dastardly deed was done in Tamil Nadu – the very state whose lowest shore kisses the confluence of Bay of Bengal in the east, Indian Ocean in the south and the Arabian Sea in the west denoting the pan Asian spirit of India. To cap it all, Rahul’s ancestors including his great grandfather, the late Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru hailed from Kashmir. In a rather direct way, that covers the length of India. Further, Rajiv Gandhi was the only leader who tried to solve the vexed issues on India’s two flanks – with fissiparous tendencies in Assam and in the Punjab. That denotes the breadth of India’s breath. To the uninitiated, that may be or may not be news. For someone called Rahul, the above statement denotes NEWS – north, east, south and west. Doubtlessly, there would be many unsung heroes’ offspring that could claim to have similar connections. The late Pandit Nehru was lovingly addressed by every Indian as his favourite paternal uncle or Chaacha. Many termed Indira as the Empress of India. But, most in India referred to her respectfully as ‘mother’. Many still do so. Name of  the Society shall be “ Rahul Gandhi Ka Bharat.Com” The Registered office of the society shal remain in the National Capital Territory of Delhi. Area of Operation :
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Dev. in Modi’s Gujarat is just a ‘toffee model’ says Rahul l April 14, 2014: Latur: In a blistering attack on Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi today dubbed
Rahul Gandhi slams BJP over corruption and communalism l April 06, 2014: Sirsa (Haryana): Congress vice presidentRahul Gandhi today launched a
Sonia takes a dig at Modi, asks if a liar should be India's PM l April 04, 2014: Ramgarh: A day after Narendra Modi accused her of resorting to
'Who beats you up in Mumbai?' In Bihar, Rahul Gandhi targets Shiv Sena l April 01, 2014: Aurangabad, Bihar: An aggressive Rahul Gandi  ripped not
Must bring in reforms in police structure: Rahul Gandhi l March 30, 2014: New Delhi: Suggesting police highhandedness contributed to the Arab spring
Rahul Gandhi's second interview – a marked improvement l March 27, 2014: Since I had critiqued Rahul Gandhi’s first TV interview in my
LS polls: Narendra Modi, Sonia Gandhi, Nitish Kumar to campaign in Bihar l March 25, 2014: Star BJP campaigner Narendra Modi and Congress
BJP does not believe in empowering people: Rahul Gandhi l March 23, 2014: Pratapgarh, Uttar Pradesh: Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi
An open letter to Rahul from Odisha: Only a miracle can save Congress I March 22, 2014: Bhubaneshwar: A communication specialist from Bhubanes
BJP reacts angrily to Rahul Gandhi raking up 2002 riots issue l March 18, 2014: New DelhiBJP on Sunday reacted angrily to Rahul Gandhi'
No ordinances on Rahul Gandhi's pet bills, Cabinet clears Jat quota instead l March 03, 2014:  New Delhi The Union Cabinet rejected the
Government unlikely to go ahead with ordinance route for Rahul Gandhi's pet bills: sources l March 01, 2014:  New Delhi: The UPA
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New Delhi: Soon after the third senior medical officer was killed in Lucknow, Rahul Gandhi - or RG as his team calls him - filed an RTI petition to find out how the Mayawati government was distributing cash that's supposed to be given to pregnant women.
 

An open letter to Arvind Kejriwal

Dear Mr Arvind Kejriwal!
As a politician, you have raised serious issues of corruption against personalities in the Congress and other political parties. You have every right to fight us politically. We have simply one issue that cries out for your clarification:

There was this question about money being received by India Against Corruption. Anna Hazare had raised the matter several times and finally on September 23, there was this news item in the Business Standard said September 23 2012:
[The link: http://www.business-standard.com/india/news/anna-kejriwal-settle-dispute-overiac-fund/188064/on] See more :Please click on link

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