VIDEO | Gujarat Assembly polls 2017: Rahul Gandhi says paid workers of BJP troll him on social media

New Delhi, News Nation Bureau | Updated : 14 November 2017, 08:09 AM
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi (ANI)
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi (ANI)

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi, who concluded his three-day tour of the poll-bound crucial state of Gujarat on Monday, has said that the BJP has a team of 100-200 paid workers who sit in the party call centre and from there they keep on slandering him. 

He further said that only he knows his real self and soon Gujarat and entire India will also become privy to it.  

Gandhi had during the tour interacted with the social media volunteers of Congress party in Banaskantha where he said, “We reflect on ideas, there is a team of 3-4 people, to whom I give suggestions and after fine tuning them we tweet. Routine work, like birthday wishes, isn't done by me, I give little inputs on it, tweets on political issues are mine.”

He also took a jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s monthly radio broadcast “Mann ki Baat” saying that the Congress party will hear people’s 'Mann ki Baat' and run the government accordingly if voted to power in Gujarat.

“When Congress comes to power we will not tell you our 'mann ki baat', we will listen to your 'mann ki baat' and run the government accordingly,” he said.

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First Published: Tuesday, November 14, 2017 07:10 AM
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