'Work has already begun to waive farm loans,' claims Rahul Gandhi about Congress' key election promise to farmers

Rahul Gandhi made these remarks after arriving at the Parliament complex to take part in the proceedings of the House

Asian News International December 18, 2018 16:14:36 IST
'Work has already begun to waive farm loans,' claims Rahul Gandhi about Congress' key election promise to farmers

New Delhi: 'Did you see, the work has begun,' remarked a beaming Congress president Rahul Gandhi while giving a brief reply to journalists on being asked about his party's election promise on the farm loan waiver.

Work has already begun to waive farm loans claims Rahul Gandhi about Congress key election promise to farmers

File image of Rahul Gandhi. PTI

Exuding confidence, a happy and jubilant Gandhi made a quick tongue-in-cheek reply to the waiting media persons, saying: "Dekha aapne, dekha, aapne dekha. Shuru ho gaya na kaam (Did you see, the work has already begun).

The Gandhi scion made these remarks after arriving at the Parliament complex to take part in the proceedings of the House. The Lok Sabha has, however, been adjourned till 11 am on Wednesday, after continuous uproar over the Supreme Court's verdict on Rafale fighter jet deal and Delhi High Court's verdict on 1984 anti-Sikh riots case.

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