Rahul questions prime minister over farm loans, price of produce Dec 08, 2017 0 124 12345 IANSNew DelhiCongress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Thursday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of"step-motherly treatment to farmers"saying that he has not waived off farm loans and not given proper market price for their produce. This was Gandhi's ninth question as part of a strategy wherein the Congress Vice President would put up one question daily to Modi ahead of the Gujarat Assembly polls. In a tweet, the Congress leader said:"Neither have you waived off farm loans, nor have you given the proper price of the crops. Farmers didn't get the crop insurance amount and nor you arranged the tubewells for water."The 'Gabbar Singh'(Goods and Services Tax reference) whammy on farming. By snatching their lands you made the farmers workless. PM saheb please tell why step motherly treatment with farmers?"the Congress leader asked. Gandhi has been putting one question every day in a bid to take on the Vijay Rupani-led government in Gujarat, where polling will take place on Saturday and December 14. He previously put out posers on unemployment among youths, malnutrition in children, education, women safety,"undue benefit"to power selling companies, state debt and the Prime Minister's flagship 'Housing for All'scheme. Pages 12 POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES Rajnath asks border states to be vigilant against Rohingya influx Dec 08, 2017 0 749 Gujarat student youngest for Antarctica expedition Dec 08, 2017 0 150 Gujarat polls a key test of Modi's popularity after economic reforms Dec 08, 2017 0 118 SC to hear plea on linking of Aadhaar card with schemes New Delhi The Supreme Court on Thursday said it will hear a batch of application seeking interim relief on the mandatory linking of Aadhaar with various schemes including bank accounts and mobile telephone numbers. .. Pandher, Koli held guilty in another rape-murder case Ghaziabad A CBI court here on Thursday held businessman Maninder Singh Pandher and his aide Surendra Koli guilty in the rape and murder of housemaid Anjali in 2006. Special Central Bureau of Investigation Judge PK Tiwari .. China lodges protest as Indian drone 'invades' its airspace IANS Beijing China on Thursday said an Indian drone"invaded"its airspace and crashed in the Sikkim section of the border where the two countries were locked in a 73-day military stand-off. New Delhi said the drone .. Lawyers' conduct in Babri case shameful, says Chief Justice IANS New Delhi Supreme Court Chief Justice Dipak Misra on Thursday lamented the conduct of certain senior lawyers during the hearing in the Ramjanambhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute case and dubbed it"shameful". Senior .. BJP candidate wins M'rashtra council bypoll IANS Mumbai Amidst speculation of cross-voting by some opposition legislators, ruling Bharatiya Janata Party nominee Prasad Lad won the by-election to Maharashtra Legislative Council here on Thursday. Securing 209 .. Kumbh Mela on Unseco list of intangible cultural heritage IANS New Delhi Kumbh Mela, the mass Hindu pilgrimage of faith, has been inscribed on the Unesco's Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. The Intergovernmental Committee for the .. Mysterious posters project Patel as Gujarat CM IANS Ahmedabad With only two days left before Gujarat votes in the first of two-phase elections, mysterious posters have appeared in the state asking the Muslim community to vote for the Congress, projecting Ahmed Patel ..