Narendra Modi app shares data for illegal objective, says Rahul Gandhi

Congress president Rahul Gandhi today asked former prime minister H D Deve Gowda's party to come clean on its support to the BJP. DH File

Rebutting the charge, Mr Prasad tweeted, "Mr Rahul Gandhi maintaining your track record your team has failed you once again by not doing their home work". You would find China in Nepal, Burma, Sri Lanka and Maldives.

He also said that products mostly used by weaker sections of the society also needs to be kept out of purview of GST. I am Indias Prime Minister.

TOI took a close look at various apps belonging to the BJP, the Congress and the SP.

On Jammu and Kashmir, Gandhi said there were terror attacks in the state but when the Congress-led UPA government came to power, it broke the spine of terrorists. "BJP is a party that believes in dividing the country, we will have to defeat them". "This fight is between ideologies". We will not allow the BJP to change the constitution.

Branding the Prime Minister a liar, Rahul took a potshot at the former for not fulfilling his promise of waiving farmers' loan. "The JD (S) stands for "Janata Dal Sangh Parivar", he added.

While interacting with the students at Maharani's Arts College for Women in Mysuru, Karnataka, Rahul Gandhi said that he did not know about the NCC certification.

Attaching a Janta Ka Reporter news report, the Congress president said in his tweet, "Hi!" Union law minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said the Congress also planned to use it to boost the image of its chief Rahul Gandhi, and for the 2019 general elections.

Raising the Nirav Modi issue and alleging that the diamantaire had run away with Rs22,000 crore, the Congress president questioned Modi's silence on the matter.

The Congress president, who is in the fourth round of campaigning in poll-bound Karnataka, is now touring the old Mysuru region, where the Vokkaliga community has a significant presence.

Alderson, who initially pointed out that the Narendra Modi app was sharing data with a third party without the consent of users, earlier on Sunday posted a new tweet saying the app had "quietly" updated its privacy policy after his previous tweets.

The assembly election is due in Karnataka by April-May.



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