'I will vote for AAP...': Rahul Gandhi reveals voting plan at poll rally in Delhi | WATCH

Gandhi urged workers from both the Congress and AAP to collaborate, emphasizing the importance of securing victory across all seven Lok Sabha seats in Delhi.

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During a recent public meeting organized by the Congress in Delhi, Rahul Gandhi stirred the political arena by announcing an unconventional voting strategy involving the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and Congress. Gandhi's remarks shed light on his ongoing challenge to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a debate, alleging reluctance from Modi's side due to potential scrutiny over his alleged associations with favored businessmen and electoral bond controversies.

Gandhi urged workers from both the Congress and AAP to collaborate, emphasizing the importance of securing victory across all seven Lok Sabha seats in Delhi. He revealed a surprising voting arrangement wherein he would support AAP, while Arvind Kejriwal, the AAP leader, would vote for Congress. This strategic alliance, Gandhi asserted, aimed to safeguard constitutional values against those intent on undermining them.

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Challenge to PM Modi

In his address, Gandhi criticized Prime Minister Modi's avoidance of a debate, attributing it to the Prime Minister's perceived inability to address questions regarding his alleged connections with prominent businessmen and electoral bond controversies. Gandhi expressed his readiness to engage in a debate with Modi, highlighting specific inquiries he would pose regarding Modi's relationship with Adani and the handling of electoral bonds.

Political scrutiny

Gandhi lambasted Modi's engagement with select journalists while evading a debate with him, accusing the Prime Minister of shying away from accountability. He raised concerns about Modi's repeated references to Congress's financial dealings with Adani and Ambani, challenging Modi to initiate investigations into these allegations.

Who ED is involved?

Reflecting on his encounters with investigative agencies, Gandhi recounted his extensive interrogation by the Enforcement Directorate and the seizure of his property. Despite these challenges, Gandhi reaffirmed his commitment to public service and his dedication to the nation.