Rahul Gandhi slams govt response to coronavirus outbreak
He described the contagious disease as a "huge problem" and said ignoring it was a "non-solution". "I will keep repeating this. The coronavirus is a huge problem. Ignoring the problem is a non solution," Gandhi said in a tweet.
'More compassionate' approach required to deal with coronavirus crisis: Rahul Gandhi
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Friday called for a "mor...
Corona stimulus package: Rahul Gandhi hails govt's financial assistance to poor
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi welcomed the financial package a...
First step in right direction: Rahul Gandhi on Centre's financial package
The comments come after the government unveiled a Rs 1.70-lakh-crore economic package involving free food grain and cooking gas to the poor for the next three months, one-time doles to women and poor senior citizens, higher wages to workers and measures to boost liquidity of employees.
Scindia will not get respect in BJP: Rahul Gandhi
Neither will he get respect there, nor will the truth and emotion in his heart be satisfied. He will come to realise it: Rahul Gandhi
Rahul Gandhi screened for coronavirus: Congress after Ramesh Bidhuri's jibe
BJP MP Ramesh Bidhuri referred to the Congress leader, saying, "Many people from Italy had tested positive for the virus and hence Rahul Gandhi should be checked for coronavirus. Rahul Gandhi returned from Italy just six days ago, so he should be checked for coronavirus."
Rahul Gandhi urges PM Modi to provide social safety net for those hit by lockdown
In a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Congress leader urged the government to put in place a road map for the implementation of the relief package.
Rahul Gandhi accuses PM Modi of destabilising elected Congress govt in MP
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said that PM Modi may have "missed" noticing the 35 per cent crash in global oil prices and asked him to pass on the benefit to Indians by slashing petrol prices.
Rahul Gandhi writes to PM Modi, says sudden lockdown created immense panic, confusion
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Sunday wrote a letter to PM Narendra Modi, saying the sudden lockdown has created immense panic and confusio...
Why is govt scared of naming willful bank loan defaulters: Rahul Gandhi
I had asked a simple question about the names of 500 wilful defaulters. But I was not given a clear answer. What hurt me was that the Speake...
Jyotiraditya Scindia ignored ideology, will not get respect in BJP: Rahul Gandhi
Congress leader, Rahul Gandhi said that Jyotiraditya Scindia abandoned his ideology by joining Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), but will realis...
Uproar in house after Rahul Gandhi seeks names of bank defaulters
Rahul Gandhi said, “Why is the government so scared of naming them (wilful defaulters)? The PM had said action will be taken against them. But why is the government not placing their names on the table?”
India must prepare not just for fighting coronavirus but also for economic devastation: Rahul Gandhi
Rahul Gandhi also attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the economic situation in the country, saying the PM should get his head "out of the sand" to deal with the problem facing the country. "Indian economy will be devastated. It is like a tsunami is coming," the former Congress president told said outside Parliament.
Rahul Gandhi considers himself 'privileged', wants to be treated differently: Anurag Thakur
"Some people consider themselves privileged. They want to be treated differently than other MPs. They want to ask questions even after the Question Hour is over... The answers to his questions were provided in writing to him but still Gandhi and other Congress members made noise because this was their intention from the beginning," Thakur said.
Coronavirus pandemic: India will pay heavy price for govt's inability, tweets Rahul Gandhi
Congress MP Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday said quick and aggressive action was required to tackle coronavirus, warning India will pay "extremely...
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