Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi is addressing a public rally in Almora, Uttarakhand at the University Campus college ground.
In his address, the senior Congress leader is likely to continue his attack on the Prime Minister and respond to Modi’s remarks against him.
On Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi battled it out over demonetisation and there have been a series of attacks and counter-attacks over the issue.
A day after Rahul accused PM Modi of taking Rs 40 crore as bribe from Sahara before becoming the Prime Minister, the latter delivered a counter-reply. (Read full story here)
Here are the live updates:
#With your money, Modi ji wants to forgive this 8 lakh crore in loans
#But when super rich don't pay loans, you call them defaulters and their debt Non Performing Asset
#When farmers don't pay loans, you take away their land, houses
#There is some 8 lakh crore in unpaid loans today by rich people
#Don't say murdabad, they do that, we don't. This is Gandhi ji's party
#This is suit boot ki Sarkar
#He gave Vijay Mallya 1,200 crore ki toffee
#He had said I'll put 15 lakhs in every account
#Just 6% of black money is in cash. I don't know why PM Modi has made this 6% black money his target, not the 94%
#94 percent of the black money is in Swiss Bank accounts, gold and land
#99 percent Indians don't have black money
#Under NDA, 1 percent of Indians have 60 percent of the wealth
#Jaise Amitabh Bachchan ji ki film ka ek gaana tha, 'Ram nam japna gareeb ka maal apna'
#They say notes ban is a surgical strike on corruption. But no, this is firebombing on India’s poor
#PM Modi has divided India into two halves. On one side, India's super rich - 50 families, on the other side the 99% of India, including the poor, the honest, hard-working people.
#PM Modi has forgiven 1.40 lakh crore in loans to 15 rich people but not farmers
#Congress wants to obliterate corruption from India
#Congress will support any step against corruption
#Currency ban is an 'economic robbery'
#Log toot jaate hain ek ghar banane mein, tum taras nahi khaate grehastiyan jalane mein
#More than 100 people died due to notes ban, we were not allowed to stand for 2 minutes to mourn their deaths in Parliament
Uttarakhand: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi to address a public rally in Almora shortly. pic.twitter.com/KKmcmZY3yh— ANI (@ANI_news) December 23, 2016