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BJP takes to Twitter, attacks Congress president Rahul Gandhi by posting 10 questions

By Deepika
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    BJP has replied to Rahul Gandhi's attack by posting 10 questions in a series of scathing tweets.

    Rahul Gandhi

    The BJP has attacked Congress President saying, "Rahul, your ability to read from scripts is beyond debate. But outside of it, Kannadigas have serious questions for you! Be it Sonia G's promise to Goa to not let a drop of Mahadayi into K'taka or your CM facing 67 cases of corruption. We dare you to answer them!"

    "The farm distress in K'taka is real & severe. Kannadiga farmers needed a full farm loan waiver in this crisis. Like a true son of the soil, BSY has promised to waive all farm loans after forming govt If not for apathy, what stopped your govt from waiving all loans?"

    "Honest & Upright officers have been harassed and transferred left, right & centre in K'taka. Few have been found dead in suspicious conditions! Is rewarding honesty with torture, Kannadatana?", it further said.

    Is calling for a ban on BJP/RSS part of your democratic leadership?, the Karnataka BJP asked with the hash tag #RGMustAnswer.

    BJP's response was a reply to Rahul Gandhi, who gave out a report card to Prime Minister Narendra Modi where he judged him for the subject 'agriculture' in Karnataka.

    As expected, the results are not anything that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) or the PM would like. Rahul said in the tweet: "Mr Modi's Report Card..State: Karnataka..Sub: Agriculture

    His attack on Modi comes just before the Prime Minister begins his third round of campaigning in poll-bound Karnataka.

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