New Delhi: Stepping up his attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi in wake of the allegations leveled against the top BJP leaders, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday said the former should listen to ' Hindustan ke Mann ki Baat' .
' The Prime Minister likes to do his 'Mann ki Baat' instead he should listen to 'Hindustan ke Mann ki Baat' . It is not the Congress Party that is asking for resignations, it is the people of the country who are asking for resignations,' said Rahul.
He said that suspension of 25 Congress MPs is a symbol of what is being done all across the nation to farmers and students.
' They can throw us all out of the Parliament, we will not be deterred,' he added.
The Congress vice-president further vowed that his party won' t lessen the pressure on the NDA Government.
'We won' t lessen the pressure on them, even if they throw us all out of the Parliament....The Vyapam scam has destroyed lives of thousands, Sushma Swaraj has broken laws, Rajasthan Chief Minister is financially involved with Lalit Modi,' he said.
Rahul, who led a charged protest by his party MPs in the Parliament premises today, had earlier said Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led NDA Government will soon understand that truth cannot be silenced.
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