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'Grade F for performance, A+ for self promotion': Rahul Gandhi's report card for PM Modi

Gandhi, in a Twitter post, gave the BJP-led government ‘F’ in four parameters: agriculture, foreign policy, fuel prices and job creation.

Edited by: India TV News Desk, New Delhi [ Published on: May 26, 2018 16:26 IST ]
Congress chief Rahul Gandhi released a report card for

Congress chief Rahul Gandhi released a report card for Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led BJP government completed four years at the centre on Saturday. While Modi and his party highlighted the achievements of his government, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi released a report card for Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Gandhi, in a Twitter post, gave the BJP-led government ‘F’ in four parameters: agriculture, foreign policy, fuel prices and job creation.Taking a jibe at Modi, Rahul Gandhi called him a 'master communicator' with a 'short attention span'. Attacking Modi and his governance, the Congress chief gave him an 'A+' grade for slogan creation and self-promotion.

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Apart from criticising the government, Gandhi also took a dig at the PM for his speeches, and affinity for yoga.

Rahul had earlier attacked Prime Minster Modi for rising fuel prices and had threatened to launch a nationwide stir if the prices do not come down. He gave a "fuel challenge" to the PM, soon after the he accepted an online fitness challenge from Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli.

“Dear PM, glad to see you accept Virat Kohli’s fitness challenge. Here’s one from me: reduce fuel prices or Congress will do a nationwide agitation and force you to do so. I look forward to your response", Rahul Gandhi tweeted on Friday with the hashtag 'Fuel Challenge'.

While the BJP is celebrating its fourth anniversary, Congress has termed the day as 'betrayal day'.While the Modi government may not have been able to fulfil its promises, it has clearly been able to inflict a lot of damage on the country, both socially and economically," the party tweeted. Promising to 'expose' NDA's failures, the party said protests would be held across the country. 

 

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