narendra modi on rahul gandhi as congress president says we dont want Aurangzeb rule

Rahul Gandhi Files Name To Become Congress Chief, PM Says Don’t Want This ‘Aurangzeb rule’

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Ever since Narendra Modi was appointed as the Prime Minister of India, BJP and other political parties have been attacking the Congress dynasty. Recently it was acknowledged that PM Narendra Modi takes a dig at Rahul Gandhi who just filed his name to become Congress Chief. Ending the speculation whether Rahul Gandhi will lead the Congress party, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Monday filed his nomination for the post of president of the Indian National Congress.

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Rahul Gandhi will take over Sonia Gandhi, who was appointed as the president of Congress in 1998. Sonia Gandhi is the party’s longest-serving chief till now. Now, PM Narendra Modi slams Rahul Gandhi’s nomination for the post of president of the Indian National Congress and said that they don’t want this ‘Aurangzeb rule’

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“Mani Shankar Aiyar said, ‘did elections happen during Mughal rule? After Jehangir, Shahjahan came, was any election held? After Shahjahan it was understood Aurangzeb will be the leader’. So Congress accepts it is a family party? We don’t want this Aurangzeb rule,”

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When it comes to Rahul supporters, Dr. Manmohan Singh of Congress declared that “Rahul Gandhi is a darling of the Congress and he will carry forward the great traditions of the party.” Currently, Narendra Modi is holding four rallies in Gujarat’s Dharampur, Bhavnagar, Junagadh and Jamnagar, where polling is scheduled in the first phase on 9 December.

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