Rahul Gandhi started election campaign in Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu, 23/1 (AO Bureau) Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi, on Saturday, while campaigning for the Tamil Nadu assembly election, alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has become the partner of some big businessmen and everything related to the public He began his three-day tour of Tamil Nadu from Coimbatore. He met the public riding in an open vehicle. The Tamil Nadu assembly election is proposed in April-May this year.

The Congress leader alleged, ‘What does Modi do? He has partnerships with three to four big industrialists. They give them the service of media and they give money to those people. He also claimed, ‘Narendra Modi is selling everything that belongs to the people of the country and Tamil Nadu’. The former Congress president said that efforts are being made to snatch everything from the farmers through three agricultural laws. Taking a dig at the BJP, Gandhi said that the Congress is fighting against an ideology that “believes in only one culture, one language and it believes that India should be ruled by one idea”

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