Congress President Rahul Gandhi expressed dissatisfaction over the Karnataka issue saying that BJP was given the opportunity to form the government in Karnataka, but the Congress was not given this opportunity.
Rahul said at the workers conference in Durg that the Congress party has the most important worker. He said that the workers spread the ideology to people of the country and expose the 'hollow promises' of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
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He told to workers in Karnataka, the Bharatiya Janata Party was given the opportunity to form the government, but the Congress did not get this opportunity in Manipur and Goa. On the question of the use of Electronic Voting Machine in the election, the Congress President said "A lot of people feel that a change should be brought about and the ballot paper system should be reintroduced."
"The Congress fights elections (in accordance) with rules and regulations. The BJP does not,". Gandhi told them that it was their duty to tell the people that the PM was a "liar" and the state chief minister "corrupt" He added.
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Rahul came on a two-day visit to Chhattisgarh. Before departing from there, he met the relatives of hindi Newspaper Amrit Message Editor and senior journalist Govind Lal Vora visiting Raipur based residence and expressed his condolences on Vora's demise.
Rahul paid tribute to Vora's painting. Congress leader Motilal Vora's brother Govind Lal Vora died on 13th May at Fotas Hospital in Gurgaon.
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