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MP's youth votes: Most voters buy into Rahul Gandhi's 'Pappu' image as Congress campaign fails to fire up electorate

Firstpost Friday, 17 May 2019
The Congress, led by Rahul Gandhi, has not been able to weaponise real feelings of economic distress among voters who bought into the 'acche din' promised in 2014.
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News video: Rahul Gandhi attacks PM Modi after waived off farmers loan | Oneindia News

Rahul Gandhi attacks PM Modi after waived off farmers loan | Oneindia News 03:35

Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for 'destroying the strength of Indian economy' and said without 'made in Ludhiana', India cannot challenge 'made in China'. During his speech Rahul Gandhi explains how Congress govt waived off farmers loan. Watch...

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