While chairing a meeting of the Congress Working Committee, Gandhi has alleged PM Modi's recognised "Gujarat Model" as "flawed and fake". The high-level Congress meeting was attended by former Congress president Sonia Gandhi and other party leaders.
Taking a dig at the ruling party by using the popular American action series "Die Hard", Gandhi attacked the Prime Minister Narendra Modi one day after calling his party an "architecture of lies" following the special court's decision of acquitting all the accused in the 2G scam. It is stealing of resources of people of Gujarat.
He also questioned the "silence" of the prime minister on the changes made in the Rafale deal to allegedly help a businessman and the charges of financial irregularities of a firm linked to BJP chief Amit Shah's son Jay.
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"If you see the Modi model in Gujarat, it was a clear lie". "One of the successes that the Congress party can take credit for in Gujarat is the dismantling of the Modi model of development". When assembly or parliament elections will start, I will also show them what a "yatra" is?
He said, "this is also an indication that neither the BJP nor the Congress is showing any interest to secure Muslim votes". We saw the results. "The BJP maligned the country and the Congress for years by making false allegations of corruption as their principal strategy to gain power", said a statement issued by the Congress. "The then CAG (Comptroller and Auditor General) Vinod Rai had announced that the government had suffered a loss of ₹1,76,000 crore", he said.
With Congress facing stiff electoral challenges, the CWC urged Rahul Gandhi to energise the party organisation at the earliest, while he also mentioned the challenges for the party in the assembly polls next year. "Now they should not blame us", he said.