Gujarat Elections 2017: 'Won't Accept Apology For Insulting PM’, Says Chief Minister Vijay Rupani

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It's another election, another jibe by the Congress party as it attempted to launch a crass ‘chaiwala’ attack at Prime Minister Narendra Modi.  Speaking exclusively to Republic TV's Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami, Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani slammed the Congress party and highlighted that Congress’ tweet shows its mindset towards the poor in India. He added that he will not accept an apology for insulting the Prime Minister.  In no uncertain terms, the Gujarat Chief Minister has demanded answers from the Congress' President-to-be Rahul Gandhi.

The remark made by the Congress’ youth magazine comes merely a few weeks ahead of the crucial Gujarat elections. 

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Republic asks: Will Rahul Gandhi apologise?