Something is wrong, says Modi; asks Rahul Gandhi to declare how much money he got from Ambani, Adani

Says ever since elections were announced, Gandhi stopped abusing Ambani, Adani


Launching a tirade against Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, Prime Minister Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Wednesday, asked why the Wayanad MP stopped criticising billionaire businessmen Mukesh Ambani and Gautam Adani after the Lok Sabha polls were announced.

"For five years, Congress's shehzade (young prince) kept chanting one thing. After his Rafael issue got grounded, he started a new chant," Modi said.

During a poll rally in Telangana, Modi said Rahul Gandhi initially used to chant "five industrialists" and later he started saying the names of Ambani and Adani.

Modi claimed that ever since the elections were announced, Gandhi stopped abusing Ambani and Adani.

He asked the Congress to declare how much money they had taken from Ambani and Adani and sought to know if there was a deal between the Congress and the aforementioned industrialists.

"Why have you stopped abusing Ambani and Adani? Surely, something must be wrong. You abused them for five years and then it stopped overnight?"

Gandhi and Congress have been repeatedly attacking Modi government, accusing it favouring the top industrialists, accusing it of making 22 Indian billionaires.

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