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Soul Of King Resides In EVM, ED, CBI, Income Tax: Rahul Gandhi Attacks PM Modi

Addressing the ‘Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra’, Rahul Gandhi said that soul of the king is in the EVM and this is the truth. “Apart from the EVM, the other thing in which the soul of the king resides are every investigative agency of India including ED, CBI, and Income Tax. These investigative agencies are being used to threaten thousands of people”, Gandhi said.

Edited By : Saurav Gupta | Updated: Mar 17, 2024 21:58 IST
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Rahul Gandhi Attacks PM Modi
Rahul Gandhi Attacks PM Modi

Senior Congress Rahul Gandhi on Sunday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi without mentioning his name, and termed him as ‘King’. He said that the soul of the king resides in EVM and every investigative agency of the country including ED, CBI, and Income Tax department.

Addressing the ‘Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra’, Rahul Gandhi said that the soul of the king is in the EVM and this is the truth.

“Apart from the EVM, the other thing in which the soul of the king resides is every investigative agency of India including ED, CBI, and Income Tax. These investigative agencies are being used to threaten thousands of people”, Gandhi said.

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Ex-Congress president Gandhi asserted that Modi is merely a ‘mask’ serving a greater ‘shakti.’

Criticising PM Modi, Gandhi said that he is lacking integrity.

Gandhi accused Modi of monopolizing corruption and insinuated that the alliances formed by the Shiv Sena and NCP with the ruling coalition were not spontaneous decisions.

Gandhi underlined the instances where leaders like Eknath Shinde and Ajit Pawar broke away from the grand old party to join the BJP-led government.

He alleged that Modi’s electoral victories relied heavily on EVMs and criticized the Election Commission’s reluctance to incorporate Voter Verified Paper Audit Trail (VVPAT) counts.

Gandhi also mentioned a recent rally attended by leaders from various opposition parties as a demonstration of unity ahead of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections 2024 which is slated to take place in seven phases starting April 19.

First published on: Mar 17, 2024 09:25 PM IST

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