BJP Mocks Rahul Gandhi's Expensive Jacket

BJP Mocks Rahul Gandhi's Expensive Jacket

Ahead of the upcoming assembly elections in Meghalaya, Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday zeroed in on the BJP and the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) for spreading their ideology across the country. "BJP may buy a few leaders here and there as few leaders may defect to the BJP or their proxy the NPP (National People's Party)", the Congress President said.

In an apparent retort to Congress chief Rahul Gandhi's often "suit-boot ki sarkar" jibe, the BJP claimed that he wore a Burberry jacket worth $995 (roughly Rs 63,000) at a rock concert organised by his party in poll-bound Meghalaya. I will show the jacket can be bought at Rs 700. They have actually got the people searching online for the rate.

"You will not see him (PM Modi) hug a poor person, talk to a poor person or even engage with a poor person".

After the controversy and jibes over Prime Minister Narendra Modi's suit monogrammed with his name during a meeting with former US President Barack Obama, it's a payback time for the BJP. Instead of singing away our woes, you could have given a report card of your inefficient government in Meghalaya.

She said the saffron party was "frustrated" due to Gandhis "rising popularity". "What will they say then?"

Rahul Gandhi ends his speech by saying that it does not matter how small the Indian states are, every single Indian's aspirations and dreams should be equally important. Rahul Gandhi connects with the young.

This is what Rahul said at a program in Saint Edmund's College, Shillong: "If you see a picture of Mahatma Gandhi, you'll find women on this side (right), women on that side (left) and women behind".

Mr Gandhi urged the youths to love and respect each other to make the country strong.

The base price of the suit at an auction was Rs 11 lakh, and it was sold for Rs 4.31 crore.

The Congress scion was in Meghalaya, seeking support from people for his party nominees in all the 60 assembly constituencies.

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