Rahul Gandhi riles BJP with 'Lie Hard' film barb

Congress lost Gujarat elections due to Indiscipline irrelevant comments accept party members

Congress lost Gujarat elections due to Indiscipline irrelevant comments accept party members

Sources also stated that the Prime Minister asserted his electoral track record, saying that under the reign of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, the Congress had been in power in 18 states, while the BJP now shares power in 19 states.

Jammu (Jammu and Kashmir) [India] December 23 (ANI): Senior Congress leader and Leader of Opposition Ghulam Nabi Azad on Saturday said the "so-called" 2G scam was created out of fear by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

Gandhi's remarks come in the wake of the 2G spectrum allocation case court verdict on Thursday and the Adarsh Society case order passed by the Bombay High Court on Friday. "And, every two months automatically, the working committee meets so that we can hear what you want to say and what the nation is feeling", he told the CWC members.

Surjewala said former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh also referred to the challenges and the need to for the party to fulfill its responsibilities.

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"The entire foundation of the BJP is based on lies". The top scholar adds, Modi "claimed that he is the son of the soil while Rahul Gandhi was an outsider who could not speak the language and Manmohan Singh the interlocutor of Pakistanis".

The Congress chief will talk to leaders from South Gujarat, North Gujarat, Central Gujarat and the Saurashtra-Kutch region and ascertain the reasons behind the party's defeat, though the party had improved its performance over 2012 elections. The newly-elected Congress president said he is confident that his party will form next government in the state. "BJP maligned the country and the Congress party for years together making false allegations of corruption as their principle strategy to gain power", Randeep Surjewala said during a press conference here. "Now they should not blame us", he said.

"One thing which very clearly emerges that there was a conspiracy whereby an architecture of untruth and entire campaign of insinuations and calumny was systematically built in order to tarnish the image of the then UPA government", he told reporters.

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