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Rahul Gandhi re-launched National Herald after getting bail in NH fraud case

Rahul Gandhi re-launched National Herald after getting bail in NH fraud case

 

All India Congress Committee (AICC) vice-president Rahul Gandhi, who visited Bengaluru on Monday to release a commemorative publication of the National Herald, 'India at a Crossroads: 70 years of Independence', is all set to lay the roadmap for the 2018 assembly polls in Karnataka for his party and the government.

 

Speaking at a function of the National Herald newspaper here, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi accused the Narendra Modi-led central government of "forcing everyone into silence with Dalits being beaten up, minorities frightened and journalists and bureaucrats threatened.

 

"The power of truth is being completely replaced with the truth of power and anybody who attempts to speak the truth and stand for it is being pushed aside," he said.

 

Gandhi also alleged that thousands of journalists were not being allowed to write what they wanted to. "They (journalists) tell me that they are not being allowed to write what they want to. National Herald has a strong spirit. It is not going to be silenced," he added. 

 

 

Rahul and Sonia Gandhi has out on bail in National Herald fraud case and now they are re-launching the paper, so how can twitterati left them from trolling. Here are some of them:

 

 

The National Herald was launched in 1938 by Jawaharlal Nehru, Rahul Gandhi’s great-grandfather and India’s first prime minister. In 2016, the newspaper made a comeback in a digital avatar after it was shut down in 2008 due to financial constraints.

 

 

 

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