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Rahul Gandhi's lofty minimum income scheme is 'Garibi Hatao' 2019, will remain talking point unless he wins LS polls

Firstpost Monday, 25 March 2019
Way back in 1971, Indira Gandhi rode to power at the Centre on a lofty Garibi Hatao (remove poverty) slogan. Forty-eight years later, her grandson and Congress president Rahul Gandhi has done something similar
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News video: Minimum income scheme a 'Dhamaka': Rahul Gandhi at Suratgarh rally | Oneindia News

Minimum income scheme a 'Dhamaka': Rahul Gandhi at Suratgarh rally | Oneindia News 04:03

Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday promised a “surgical strike” on poverty and said his party had been working on how to eradicate it for the last six months.Addressing a rally in Suratgarh a day after declaring his party would roll out a minimum income guarantee scheme for the poorest 20...

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