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"There are two non-animals in the country, one is Modi and the other is Shah".

"It's unfortunate he (Shah) looks at the world that way and thinks everyone else are animals".

"Rahul baba is asking us what has the Modi government done in four years, but the people of the country are seeking a report of development from four generations of his family", he said.

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Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday slammed Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Amit Shah's remarks equating the opposition partieswith animals, alleging that the "disrespectful statement" reflected his "mentality" that considered Dalits, tribals, minorities and even his own party leaders "worthless".

Rahul launched a sharp attack against PM Modi and said, "There is a basic loss of control and you can see that.you can see that in Modi's demeanour, you can see it in his expression, you can see it in his speeches".

Praising the efforts of the people of Bengaluru for making the city the second startup capital after Silicon Valley in the USA, Gandhi said: "We respect the services of each one of you - the rich, the poor, the men, and women".

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"I don't see the BJP winning the next election in the face of a united opposition and rising public anger against its government and leadership", he said. Rahul Gandhi is in poll-bound Karnataka on the fifth round of visit and he was addressing a rally in Kolar and Chikkaballapur districts as he spoke to the reporters.

He said even Mr Modi may lose if he stands from Varanasi and the three parties were united against him.

Stating that Modi had a "very good" opportunity after the 2014 election, Gandhi said a lot could have been done for the country. The BJP would never allow reservations to be removed, he said, adding, "We will not allow you to do it either". "The RSS is not a political organisation and when we say Congress-mukt Bharat, we mean getting rid of the Congress culture and not the party organisation".

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In February, Gandhi posed eight questions to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the deal and alleged that the Prime Minister personally went to Paris and changed the deal. At the rally, Shah said that "the countdown for 2019 (polls) has begun". Now the opposition unity has gone to a point. "The BJP president refers to the Opposition as dogs, snakes, and cats", he said.