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Rahul Gandhi launches fresh attack on PM, tweets Modi’s ‘report card’ for Karnataka

By Deepika
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    Congress chief Rahul Gandhi has tweeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Karnataka 'report card', giving the PM an 'F' grade.

    Rahul Gandhi

    Gandhi pointed out three points to back his claim of the BJP government at the Centre getting a 'F' grade for its performance in Karnataka. He alleged that the PM's crop insurance scheme did not help to end the farmers' suffering while assisting private insurance companies to rake in huge profits.

    "Mr Modi's Report Card. State: Karnataka, Sub: Agriculture. 1) Contribution to Cong State Govts 8,500 Cr Farm Loan waiver = 0 Rs. 2) PM's crop insurance scheme: Farmers suffer; pvt insurance companies make huge profits. 3) No MSP+50%, for Karnataka farmers. Grade = F," tweets Rahul Gandhi.

    Rahul's remarks on Thursday morning comes a day after PM Modi accused the Congress of completely ignoring Karnataka's agriculture sector.

    "They have been insensitive towards the aspirations of the farmers. The farmers of Karnataka deserve better,"Modi had said on Monday.

    Along with the tweet, Gandhi also posted a chart of MSPs recommended for Kharif marketing season 2017-2018.

    Meanwhile, Modi is all set to undertake his third round of campaigning for the Karnataka assembly election 2018 today. Several other top BJP leaders including Rajnath Singh and Yogi Adityanath will hit the campaign trail in Karnataka.

    Several other top BJP leaders including Rajnath Singh and Yogi Adityanath will hit the campaign trail in Karnataka.

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