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Rahul Gandhi asserts Modi will not be PM after June 4, shares 'fake' video

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Congress leader Rahul Gandhi addresses an election rally for the Lok Sabha polls, in Kanpur, Friday, May 10, 2024

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New Delhi: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday said no matter how much the BJP consoles itself through its "lies", it will not make any difference and Narendra Modi will no longer be the prime minister after June 4.

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Gandhi shared a video put out by the Congress on social media where they highlighted how his comments made during a poll rally in Uttar Pradesh were being "distorted" and differentiated between the truth and lies.

"No matter how much the BJP consoles itself through the 'factory of lies', it is not going to make any difference. I am saying it again -- Narendra Modi will no longer be the Prime Minister after June 4," he said in a post in Hindi on X.

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"A storm is blowing in every corner of the country in favour of INDIA," he said referring to the opposition bloc.

The Congress and Gandhi have been claiming that the INDIA bloc is forming the next government and the BJP was being thrown out of power in these Lok Sabha elections.

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