Rahul Gandhi in Madhya Pradesh's Satna: Congress chief calls PM a 'lie-machine'

New Delhi, News Nation Bureau | Updated : 27 September 2018, 04:37 PM
Rahul Gandhi in MP LIVE: Congress chief addresses rally in Chitrakoot (Photo Source: PTI)
Rahul Gandhi in MP LIVE: Congress chief addresses rally in Chitrakoot (Photo Source: PTI)

With 2018 Assembly elections just a few months away, Congress president Rahul Gandhi Thursday kick-started his two-day visit to the poll-bound Madhya Pradesh. Early in the day, the Gandhi scion has offered prayers at the famous Kamtanath temple in Chitrakoot, a religious town closely associated with Lord Ram. During his visit, Gandhi will also take a roadshow in Satna and Rewa areas on September 27 and 28. This is Rahul Gandhi's second visit within a span of 10 days to the BJP-ruled state where assembly elections are due later this year.

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Here are the higlights:

# 3.45 pm: "In a cricket match, people called Sachin Tendulkar a run-machine. In Madhya Pradesh, people call its CM as Ghoshna-machine and PM as lie-machine because of all the hollow promises," said Congress President Rahul Gandhi in Satna.

# 3.40 pm: Rahul Gandhi addresses a gathering in Satna, Madhya Pradesh.

# 2:50 pm:

# 2:40 pm: Watch: Congress President, Rahul Gandhi's public gathering in Chitrakoot.

# 2:31 pm: Govt of India says that since Rafale deal was a secret pact the price can't be revealed. When French President was here I met him and asked if there is a secret pact on the price? He said no, if PM Modi wants to reveal he can do so.

# 1:10 pm: Narendra Modi Ji is making Sardar Patel's statue in Gujarat. It will be world's tallest statue but it will be 'Made In China' like our shoes and shirts.

# 1:06 pm: Congress President Rahul Gandhi offered prayers at Kamadgiri Temple in Chitrakoot earlier today. He was accompanied by party leaders Kamal Nath and Jyotiraditya Scindia.

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First Published: Thursday, September 27, 2018 03:01 PM

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