Demonetization Latest News – BJP slams Rahul Gandhi comments on Modi
Demonetization latest news – Rahul Gandhi comments on Narendra Modi over demonetisation were hit back strongly by the BJP on Wednesday claiming that the Congress Vice President was speaking for himself and not for the people of the country.
Shahnawaz Hussain Hits Back at Rahul Gandhi Comments on Narendra Modi
Interacting with reporters in Delhi, BJP spokesperson Shahnawaz Hussain reacting to the latest Rahul Gandhi comments on Modi said: “Rahul Gandhi was expressing his and not the poor’s pain. The whole country today is backing PM Modi in this war against black money. He is frustrated and depressed.
“He repeats the same lines against the Prime Minister but the country is not ready to hear his worn-out dialogues. He has become a spokesperson for those with black money.”
The former Bhagalpur MP Shahnawaz Hussain further stated that in the five states which will go to polls in a while, India will move forward, towards a Congress-mukt Bharat.
As per the BJP spokesperson, the Congress had done everything that could be done to ‘vitiate’ the atmosphere across the nation, following the demonetisation announcement by PM, but has lacked public support.
“While Congress has kept shouting slogans about the poor and poverty for generations, it is Modi who is working to alleviate the pains inflicted on them by it,” Shahnawaz Hussain went on to add.
Rahul Gandhi Comments on Narendra Modi | Rahul Gandhi Latest news
Earlier, Rahul Gandhi speech today at the Congress Jan Vedna conclave at the Talkatora Stadium in Delhi saw the Gandhi scion claiming about Narendra Modi being the first Indian Prime Minister to have been “ridiculed the world over” for his “ill-conceived” decision on demonetisation.
Rahul Gandhi Speech Today at the Congress Jan Vedna
Rahul Gandhi on Modi today went to the extent of adding that “achhe din” (good days) will return when Congress comes back to power at the Centre in 2019.
Rahul Gandhi Comments on Modi Retaliated by BJP
Shahnawaz Hussain, however, termed Rahul Gandhi’s optimism over returning to power at the Centre in 2019 as equivalent to a dream.
The former Bhagalpur MP and also the Muslim face of the BJP claimed that the Congress would do badly in the upcoming assembly elections 2017 in five states as well, as they have been on a constant losing spree since the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.