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Gandhi declared that he is not bothered by his disqualification from parliament, and will continue to defend the democratic voice of the Indian people.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Saturday addressed the media for the first time in a press conference since his disqualification from the Lok Sabha. He claimed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was scared of his next speech on the Adani issue and that the "whole game" was meant to distract people from the panic the government was feeling over the matter.
"The prime minister is scared of my next speech on Adani, and I have seen it in his eyes. That is why, first the distraction and then the disqualification," Gandhi alleged.
Gandhi told reporters that he will keep asking questions on the issue involving industrialist Gautam Adani's business empire and that he will not be scared by disqualification or being put in jail.