Gandhi, who asked the students to challenge him and "make him uncomfortable", also questioned whether the prime minister could stand in a large audience and answer people's questions.
Interacting with women students of a city college, he recalled the day he hugged Modi and said he can not hate him since love "is in the country's grain, every religion, and the Tamil people".
"Law must apply to everybody, not be applied selectively". "I learnt from Mr Modi".
"We made a complaint on behalf of the party against Rahul Gandhi".
"Gandhiji had understood the Congress culture very well, which is why he wanted the Congress disbanded, especially after 1947", wrote the PM while adding that "today we have a government at the Centre that is working on Bapu's path". But, inside me I was feeling affection for him. So I thought that atleast my part my side I should show affection. It is not only about spending money on education, but also independence on education. "It will be the first order that the Congress government will sign when it comes to power after the 2019 general elections", Gandhi said at a public meeting on Wednesday in Nagercoil in Kanyakumari district as DMK leader M K Stalin and other allies looked on. Reiterating his support to the long-standing issue of Women's Reservation Bill, Gandhi told reporters in Chennai, "Not just in Parliament and state legislatures, Congress will reserve 33 per cent of all posts and vacancies for women in central govt, central govt organisations and CPSUs".
Later in the day, Gandhi will hold a press conference at Hotel Le Meridien in Chennai and is scheduled to address a public rally at Scott Christian College ground in Kanyakumari's Nagercoil.
The code of conduct came into effect on March 10, when the EC announced the schedule of the seven-phase Lok Sabha elections.