During an election rally in North Bengal, Rahul Gandhi strongly attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He said that PM Modi wants to divide India into two parts. One for his friends like Neerav Modi, Anil Ambani and the other for the poor farmers of India.
"After the Congress comes to power, we will conduct an investigation into the Rafale scam and send all those guilty, including PM Modi, behind bars," he said at the rally in Bengal's Raiganj.
Referring to the Supreme Court's judgment on the government's initial objections claiming "privilege" over the Rafale documents them, Rahul Gandhi said the Prime Minister has been exposed before the nation.
Accusing the West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee of allying with BJP in the east, Rahul Gandhi rejected his allegations against Congress. He said in an election rally in north Bengal, "Congress is fighting a battle against BJP in the country."
"Modiji had said that he would put Rs. 15 lakhs in all bank accounts But we will give Rs.72,000 annually to the poor people whose monthly income is below Rs. 12,000", he said.
"If the Prime Minister can put money in the bank account of thieves, then Congress can also put Rs. 72000 in the bank accounts of poor and honest farmers. We keep our promises unlike Modi and Mamata Banerjee,".
“The money will come from the robbers of the public” Rahul Gandhi said. In various rallies, the Narendra Modi is not able to speak properly because he is scared that if the Congress investigates the Rafael scam, he can go to jail. Referring to the Congress's judicial scheme, Rahul said that money for the scheme to give 72 thousand rupees annually to the poor will be given to Anil Ambani, Neerav Modi, Mehul Choksi and Vijay Mallya will come in the pockets of businessmen, who have looted public money.
The Congress president said that the party has waived all loans of farmers after coming to power in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and Chattisgarh in December 2018.
"If thieves like Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi do not go to jail after looting public money, why should the farmers?" he asked.