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By NewsGram Staff Writer

New Delhi: Rahul Gandhi said the deaths in Andhra Pradesh due to lightning were “extremely tragic” on Monday.

“Extremely tragic that so many lives were lost in freak lightning strikes across Andhra Pradesh. My condolences to the bereaved families,” Rahul said in a tweet.

At least 20 people lost their lives due to lightning in different parts of Andhra Pradesh on Sunday as heavy rains lashed the state under the impact of a low pressure area over Bay of Bengal.

With inputs from IANS

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"Modiji is finally speaking what is on his mind. That he could go to any lengths and can even demean Gandhi and Patel to prove that he is better than others,"  Rahul Gandhi said

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A day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Kartarpur Sahib Gurdwara went to Pakistan because of the lack of vision of Congress leaders of that time, Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday said Modi was now raising questions about Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel.

Taking a dig at the Prime Minister, Gandhi said Modi was finally speaking what is in his heart and he could go to any lengths to prove he was better than others.

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“Now Prime Minister Modi is raising questions at Sardar Patel saying that Kartarpur went to Pakistan due to lack of ‘soojh bhoojh’ (resourcefulness) of the Congress leaders of that time,” he said in a Facebook post in Hindi.

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“Modiji is finally speaking what is on his mind. That he could go to any lengths and can even demean Gandhi and Patel to prove that he is better than others,”  Rahul Gandhi said.

Modi had on Tuesday said that Kartarpur Sahib Gurdwara, one of the holiest Sikh shrines, went to Pakistan because of the lack of vision of Congress leaders. He said correcting Congress mistakes was his destiny. (IANS)