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'Neither did plane fly, nor did earthquake occur': Modi peppers last Lok Sabha speech with digs at Rahul Gandhi

Firstpost Thursday, 14 February 2019
In his last speech in the 16th Lok Sabha, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday took potshots at Congress President Rahul Gandhi for his various gestures and comments made in the House during the last five years, including raking up of the Rafale fighter deal.
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News video: Rahul Gandhi says PM Modi fail, attacks Modi govt's  5 year | Oneindia News

Rahul Gandhi says PM Modi fail, attacks Modi govt's 5 year | Oneindia News 03:40

After Priyanka Gandhi's roadshow in Lucknow, Congress President Rahul Gandhi attacks PM Modi in his speech. Rahul Gandhi says, PM Modi betrayed the public in 5 years. Meanwhile Rahul Gandhi appeals to the people to form Congress government in Uttar Pradesh, Watch video, #Lucknow #RahulGandhi...

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