Topic: Rahul Gandhi lies

The BBC eulogises Congress President Rahul Gandhi while giving him five more years to prove himself as a credible politician
Murli Manohar Joshi’s name had earlier been used by the Congress ecosystem to claim rift between BJP's old guard and new leadership.
Rahul had tweeted the image yesterday, aimed as a jibe against PM Modi, claiming that the word has been recently added to the English dictionary.
A list of top ten lies spread by Congress president Rahul Gandhi
PM Narendra Modi's statement when he said that he suggested going ahead with the Balakot strike on the original date, despite the cloudy weather, because the clouds would permit our aircraft to escape safely, is not wrong
The Congress President, in his recent interview with News Nation, again displayed his ignorance in the Rafale deal
Ravish Kumar interviews Rahul Gandhi. As expected, the complexity and depth of the discussion will the stuff of legends.
Rahul Gandhi, while 'apologising' for Sam Pitroda's remarks, had said that Sonia Gandhi and Manmohan Singh had apologised for the 1984 Sikh genocide. But did they really?
Rahul Gandhi claims before the Election Commission that he did not violate the poll code in his speech in Shahdol where he had claimed that Modi government has made a law where they can shoot down tribals.
Rahul gandhi Supreme court tussle seems to be coming to climax as Rahul Gandhi submits unconditional apology in the Supreme Court for wrongly attributing the 'Chowkidar Chow Hai' jibe to the court order.
Ministry of Defence, through the Director General of Military Operations (DGMO), said they have records of only one strike, that was conducted in September 2016.
Madhya Pradesh CM Kamal Nath, a senior leader of the Congress party has conceded that complete loan waiver for farmers is not possible in 10 days because nobody has a magic wand.
Congress President, Rahul Gandhi, who has somehow got into the habit of putting his foot into his mouth every time he makes a public appearance, this time too lives up to his reputation
In the last few days, Indians witnessed an event that they all had been waiting for the last 5 years. Rahul Gandhi, the Prince, finally gave an interview
The Reliance Group asked Rahul Gandhi to clarify whether his Congress government was supporting an alleged crony capitalist and dishonest businessman for 10 years.
Rahul Gandhi has accepted that he has no idea where the Rs 30,000 crore figure he keeps throwing around as 'Rafale scam' has come from
General VK Singh, the former COAS has stated that he is not aware of any surgical strike done by India in his tenure.
Author Sujata Anandan, in her desperation to defend the lies of Rahul Gandhi on the NYAY yojana, made a fool of herself
In his interview with India Today, Rahul Gandhi has shown how he doesn't really have a plan except to wreak havoc and chaos
With Rahul Gandhi's admission that he wanted to "rip PM Modi's incorruptible image", the strategy behind his Rafale lies are clear.
Speaking to media yesterday, Priyanka had stated that in the constituencies where the Congress is weak, they have fielded such candidates who will cut BJP's votes.
Gandhi scion had made a libellous remark claiming that Narendra Modi has legislated a law allowing ‘shooting down’ of tribals
With the litany of lies that Rahul Gandhi peddles, one wonders if Rahul Gandhi is the REAL 'feku'
BJP has served Rahul Gandhi with a legal notice for saying that Narendra Modi has passed a law in which a provision has been added that allows shooting down of Tribals
Congress' 'proof' of Rahul Gandhi's Indian nationality has opened a can of worms, raising more doubts than it cleared
Rahul Gandhi insinuated that the fire at Shastri Bhavan was caused to burn important government files
Supreme Court (SC) has today compelled the Congress party and Rahul Gandhi to offer an unconditional apology to the Court for attributing the 'chowkidaar chor hai' comment to the Supreme Court judgement. 
Rahul Gandhi submits second affidavit in the contempt of court case, which is a copy of the first affidavit
Samar Singh, son-in-law of fugitive businessman Vijay Mallya was campaigning for Congress-NCP candidate Parth Pawar, a son of former deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar.

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