Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi today addressed the Jan Akrosh rally against PM Modi's demonetization move in was in Bahraich, UP.

Unfazed by the Prime Minister ridiculing his charge of personal corruption, Rahul Gandhi today stuck to his guns and wanted Narendra Modi to tell what was contained in the "10 packets" allegedly given by the Sahara Group to him when he was the Gujarat Chief Minister.

Rahul also continued to take digs at the PM, claiming he had not actually put any black money hoarders behind bars:

Gandhi clung to his corruption allegations, claiming the PM was deliberately not answering the questions he asked him and instead making fun of him.

During the speech, at the start of which he quoted a couplet by Mirza Ghalib, he repeated his criticism of PM Modi's surprise demonetization move, claiming that the move was only hurting the poor, who could not use debit or credit cards.

Further mocking the PM, Gandhi went on to say some bizarre things:

He also claimed that farmers were continuing to commit suicide even as the PM remained silent.

(With inputs from PTI)

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