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Modi will not become PM again : Rahul

Modi will not become PM again : Rahul

Patna , May 27 (UNI) Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Monday said that Narendra Modi was not going to become PM again after the Lok Sabha elections and that the Enforcement Directorate would interrogate him on his dealings with Adani.
Gandhi while addressing a public meeting in favour of the INDIA bloc candidate in Bakhtiyarpur of Patna Sahib Lok Sabha constituency, said that PM Modi would not become PM again as BJP led NDA was all set to lose Lok Sabha elections. After the Lok Sabha elections, Modi would be interrogated by Enforcement Directorate (ED) about his dealings with Adani, he added.
" In a series of recent interviews, Modi had claimed that he was not a biological unit but a messenger of God and all decisions were being taken by him on inspirations from God ", Congress leader pointed out and added that Modi was deliberately saying such things to avoid reply to queries by ED during interrogations on his dealings with Adani after Lok Sabha elections . " I do not know as decision was taken as per wishes of God and not by me ", would be the reply of Modi to queries of his dealings with Adani, the Congress leader speculated.
Gandhi said that the INDIA bloc would make recruitment against 30 lakh vacant posts in various departments of Central government if voted into power. Similarly,Rs one lakh would be deposited in the bank account of one female member of every poor family in a year, he further said adding that graduate youths and those who completed technical education would be given Rs one lakh for one year and they would also be provided one-year apprenticeship. This scheme for youths would be known as " pahli naukri pakki "(first job certain), he stated.
Congress leader said that wages of those working under Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee (MNREGA) would be increased to Rs 400 per day. Legal guarantee would be given to farmers against procurement of their agro produce, he promised.
Gandhi said that a strong current in favour of INDIA bloc was visible in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh. In Bihar, INDIA bloc would win all 40 Lok Sabha seats, he claimed. He exhorted people to support INDIA bloc candidates in the ongoing Lok Sabha elections.
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