Congress President Kharge’s question to PM Modi: If someone has my remote control, then who has the remote control of JP Nadda?

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Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge said in Belagavi, Karnataka on Monday that PM Modi asks who has the remote control of Kharge, I would like to ask him that in whose hands is the remote control of BJP President J.P. Nadda?

Kharge alleged that Congress leader Rahul Gandhi was speaking the truth and hence Modi’s BJP government party was troubling him. He said that such things do not scare him and he is ready for anything.

Kharge said – lack of courage in BJP
Kharge was speaking at the youth convention ‘Yuva Kranti Sanvashav’ organized here by the Congress. He said in this that Nadda ji talks under the control of which remote? BJP also has many weak points, about which we can talk. You lack courage.

He further said that BJP’s ED, CBI and CVC cannot scare us. Rahul Gandhi was never afraid and will never be afraid. He is a person who speaks the truth. You are troubling such a person. Okay, let’s bother. Will you put them in jail? We are ready for everything.

Kharge said that in the Bharat Joda Yatra of Congress from Kanyakumari to Kashmir, Rahul Gandhi met farmers, youth, women and people from every section of the society. 46 days after the speech he gave regarding the problems of the people in Jammu and Kashmir, the police has reached his house and is asking for evidence regarding his statement.

Why doesn’t Modi take action on corruption of 40% commission in Karnataka?
Kharge also said that Karnataka Contractors Association has given proof that it charges 40% commission in the state, yet no action is being taken. He said that PM Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah should set up an inquiry on the basis of these evidences and take strict action.

Kharge said that Belagavi is a place of worship for the Congress. It was here in 1924 that Mahatma Gandhi was elected the Congress President and Jawaharlal Nehru the General Secretary. Kharge sought the blessings of the people of the state for the upcoming elections and asked the party leaders and workers to prepare for the polls with vigor.

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