Whose poverty is it any­way?

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MODI’S POVERTY AS LIFE

In Patna, Bi­har, Naren­dra Modi said no one knows bet­ter than him what hunger is, be­cause he has been poor. No one knows bet­ter than him what the in­nards of In­dian Rail­ways is be­cause he used to sell tea on trains.

RAHUL’S POVERTY AS LIFE­STYLE

In Sa­gar, Mad­hya Pradesh, Rahul Gandhi said how he was bit­ten by mos­qui­toes, drank wa­ter in the vil­lage, caught a stom­ach bug in Bun­delk­hand. But how he had liked it, be­cause “desh ke neta” should know how peo­ple in vil­lages live.

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