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Feb 03, 2019
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Rahul Gandhi claims that alliance of Opposition parties will form next govt at Centre and in Bihar

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Congress president Rahul Gandhi claimed that the alliance of the Opposition parties will form the next government at the Centre and in Bihar after the Lok Sabha elections.
 
Addressing Jan Akanksha Rally in Patna's Gandhi Maidan, Mr. Gandhi kicked off party's poll campaign in Bihar for 2019 Lok Sabha elections.  
 
Launching a blistering attack against the BJP government, Gandhi slammed PM Modi over several issues, including the Rafale deal and the NDA's cash transfer scheme for farmers.
 
The Congress President reiterated the party's poll promise to waive off farmer loans in the country and provide minimum income guarantee for all.
 
Besides Sharad Yadav, Hindustani Awam Morcha Chief  Jitan Ram Manjhi,  RJD's Tejashwi Yadav and leaders of RLSP also addressed the rally.

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