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Rahul accuses Modi of ‘match fixing’

April 1, 2024 3:50 am

Rahul accuses Modi of 'match fixing'

Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi has accused Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi of ‘match fixing’. Rahul made the allegation while addressing the ‘Save Loktantra Bachao’ rally in New Delhi on Sunday, which is opposed to the ruling BJP alliance. He also asserted that if the BJP succeeds in its efforts, the country’s constitution will be changed and people’s rights will be taken away. The Economic Times.

Rahul said, our Lok Sabha elections are ahead. Modi jailed two players before the start of the election match. The two jailed Chief Ministers said this referring to Kejriwal of Delhi and Hemant Saren of the Jharkhand Assembly. Insinuating that Modi used state institutions to get through the polls, Rahul said the BJP was ‘match fixing’. He also said, “Prime Minister Modi has chosen the umpire to cross 400 seats.”

At that time, he also accused Modi of removing the election commissioners. Referring to the Income Tax Department’s notice against the Congress, Rahul Gandhi said, “Our accounts have been sealed.” IT (Income Tax) notices are being sent again and again. He questioned why this step was taken right before the elections instead of 6 months before the elections. In the light of the current political situation in India, the Congress leader said, ‘Match fixing is being done to take away the country’s constitution from the hands of poor people. The day the constitution ends, the country will no longer survive. The constitution is the voice of the people of the country. The day the constitution expires, there will be a separate state. This is the goal of BJP.

In protest against the arrest of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, India Alliance organized a rally titled ‘Save Democracy’ in New Delhi. Political analysts are considering the march as a show of force exercise by India Alliance ahead of the Lok Sabha elections.

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