Rahul in Gujarat: When Modi was in Opposition, he disrespected PM, says Cong VP
Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi on Sunday interacted with social media volunteers of his party in Banaskantha district in Gujarat.
During an interaction with social media and IT volunteers in Banaskantha, Rahul Gandhi said that there is a team of three to four persons who reflect on ideas and suggestions given by him before tweeting out of official Twitter profiles.
''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,'' Rahul Gandhi said
''Whatever we do, spot Modi's faults or disturb BJP, we won't disrespect PM's position. When Modi Ji was in opposition he used to speak with disrespect about PM. That is the difference b/w us & them, no matter what Modi says about us we'll not go beyond certain point as he is PM,'' Congress vice president said.
''But we speak the truth aur ye sach hai ke Gujarat mein vikas pagal hogaya hai,'' Rahul Gandhi further said in Banaskantha.
On Saturday, the Congress vice-president visited Gandhinagar and while addressing an election rally said that "India does not need a Gabbar Singh Tax". Rahul said that the Centre made changes in the Goods and Services Tax (GST) following pressure from people and the Congress.
"We will stop only when Gujarat and the entire country is free of Gabbar Singh Tax and the government gets the real GST in place," Rahul Gandhi said and added that if the BJP fails to bring in the changes then then the Congress will come to power and do so.