Meghalaya Assembly Election 2023: Meghalaya has assembly elections on 27 February. All the parties have put their strength in this regard. On Wednesday, Congress MP Rahul Gandhi held his first rally in Shillong. When Rahul Gandhi referred to the sharp question-answers between PM Modi and him in the Parliament, he also strongly attacked Trinamool Congress President and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.
“TMC aims to ensure BJP’s victory in Meghalaya”
— News24 (@news24tvchannel) February 22, 2023
TMC wants BJP to come to power
Rahul Gandhi said, ‘You know the history of TMC, you also know the violence in Bengal, they came to Goa and spent huge amount because their idea was to help BJP. TMC’s idea in Meghalaya is to ensure that BJP comes to power.
Rahul Gandhi said that we will not allow the BJP to harm the culture, language and history of Meghalaya. BJP does not respect anyone because it thinks it knows everything.
I don’t appear on TV, do you know why?
Rahul Gandhi said, ‘I had given a speech in Parliament and asked some direct questions to the Prime Minister. I asked the PM about his relationship with Adani. I also showed a picture in which PM Modi is sitting with Adani in his plane. PM Modi did not answer even a single question.
He asked me a question and said why my name is Gandhi and not Nehru? He avoided the whole discussion. You have seen that when PM Modi gives a speech, the whole TV gets covered…. But my speech was nowhere to be seen and the reason for this is that the media of this country is controlled by 2-3 big industrialists who have links with PM Modi.
I had given a speech in the Parliament and asked some direct questions to the PM. I asked the PM about his relationship with Adani. I also showed a picture in which PM Modi is sitting with Adani in his aircraft. PM Modi has not answered a single question: Congress MP Rahul Gandhi, Shillong pic.twitter.com/yrxcIQaQqM
— ANI_HindiNews (@AHindinews) February 22, 2023
Big things related to Meghalaya elections
- Voting for 60 seats is to be held on February 27.
- There are 375 candidates in the fray in the 2023 assembly elections.
- Congress and BJP have fielded candidates on all 60 seats.
- TMC is contesting on 56 seats. Mamta Banerjee has declared Mukul Sangma as the CM face here.
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