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May 17, 2019
8:24PM

Rahul Gandhi says his party fought election on issues of public interest

PTI
Congress President Rahul Gandhi today said, raising the issues related to public interest is the main strategy of his party in this general election.

Briefing media in a press meet in New Delhi today, He said that Congress fought this election on issues of unemployment, farmers' distress, demonetization, GST and Rafale and Prime Minister Narendra Modi has not addressed these issues yet. 

Congress President also said, his party has protected the institutions in the country and has played the role of responsible opposition in the last five years.

He said though SP-BSP fought the election together but congress fought with priority to defeat BJP and create a space for itself. He accused the Election Commission of being biased in these elections.
 

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