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Modi slams Rahul for spreading lies

Modi slams Rahul for spreading lies

While addressing a poll rally in Karnataka, PM Narendra Modi hit out at Congress's Rahul Gandhi saying his remarks on democracy in India were an attack on the people of Karnataka, India, and God.  "It is unfortunate that from the soil of London, questions are being raised on Indian democracy," PM Modi said during his visit to Karnataka. "These people are insulting Bhagwan Basaveshwara, the people of Karnataka and the people of India. Karnataka must stay away from such people," he added in his address in the state, where assembly elections are due later this year.

"The entire world studies the Indian democratic system. And there are many such other things for which we can say that India is not only the largest democracy but the mother of democracy... There is no force that can weaken Indian democracy. But despite that, there are constant attempts by some people to attack Indian democracy," he said.

Rahul Gandhi's comments at his alma mater Cambridge University that Indian democracy is under attack and several politicians, including himself, are under surveillance have become the latest flashpoint between the Congress and the BJP. The BJP has accused him of "defaming" the country abroad after repeated electoral defeats.

Modi slams Rahul for spreading lies

Modi slams Rahul for spreading lies

While addressing a poll rally in Karnataka, PM Narendra Modi hit out at Congress's Rahul Gandhi saying his remarks on democracy in India were an attack on the people of Karnataka, India, and God.  "It is unfortunate that from the soil of London, questions are being raised on Indian democracy," PM Modi said during his visit to Karnataka. "These people are insulting Bhagwan Basaveshwara, the people of Karnataka and the people of India. Karnataka must stay away from such people," he added in his address in the state, where assembly elections are due later this year.

"The entire world studies the Indian democratic system. And there are many such other things for which we can say that India is not only the largest democracy but the mother of democracy... There is no force that can weaken Indian democracy. But despite that, there are constant attempts by some people to attack Indian democracy," he said.

Rahul Gandhi's comments at his alma mater Cambridge University that Indian democracy is under attack and several politicians, including himself, are under surveillance have become the latest flashpoint between the Congress and the BJP. The BJP has accused him of "defaming" the country abroad after repeated electoral defeats.

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