Mahatma Gandhi wanted Congress disbanded, claims PM Modi

Modi 68 swept his right-wing Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party to power in 2014 file

Modi 68 swept his right-wing Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party to power in 2014 file

To a question about Union minister Ananth Hegde's controversial comments against the Gandhi family, including Sonia Gandhi, Irani parried the query saying she had not heard his statement but added that she was at the receiving end of the "same team Rahul Gandhi" when it comes to commenting against women.

Cue high-pitched shrieks from the all-girl audience.

Addressing women students at the Stella Maris College here, he said the Congress will change the mood of the country and make people feel happy and empowered. We should swap, he said.

"The question I have for you, Rahul (more cheering as the student used her first name "pass"), is that the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research faced huge funding problems. What can we do about it", asked Azra. It is not only about spending money on education, but also independence on education.

"In Ahmedabad, Rahul Gandhi made a very scurious, false and shameful allegations against the Prime Minister which I cannot even repeat". One student asked about the investigation into Robert Vadra, his brother-in-law.

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"She taught me love and humility".

"This is the lesson for you young ladies... your biggest teachers are the people who attack you, who abuse you... they are your biggest teachers, you will only learn from them if you don't return them anger". It doesn't matter what your position is, you respect others. "Sadly, the antithesis of Gandhian thought is the Congress culture", Mr Modi said. However, he went on to say that the law was being applied selectively, bringing up the Rafale controversy and Prime Minister Narendra Modi's alleged involvement.

"Why doesn't the Prime Minister have the guts to stand in front of 3,000 people and be questioned by them?"

"You can't have a fearful atmosphere and expect economic growth, which is directly related to the mood of the country", Rahul Gandhi told Chennai students.

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