BJP Hits Back After Rahul Gandhi Lists Modi Govt’s ‘Achievements’ Amid COVID-19 Pandemic


Hours after Rahul Gandhi launched a blistering attack on Modi government, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar on Tuesday hit back at the Congress leader and recalled his ‘achievements’ of the past six months. He also said that the Opposition will not succeed despite its repetitive attempts to attack the Centre.


Reacting to Rahul Gandhi’s tweet, Prakash Javadekar said, “Rahul Gandhi is tweeting daily. I think Congress will be reduced to a party that only tweets. One after the other, states are proof that Congress isn’t working. A dejected party is attempting to attack Centre in every manner, but they’ll not succeed.”


Training guns at the former Congress chief, he went on to say, “Will tell Rahul Gandhi’s achievements in last six months. Shaheen Bagh and riots in February, losing Scindia and Madhya Pradesh govt in March, instigating labourers in April, 6th anniversary of historic poll defeat in May, advocating for China in June and party destroyed in Rajasthan in July.”

The Modi government and Rahul Gandhi have been increasingly trading barbs ever since the latter announced his Twitter ‘campaign’ against the Central government and began putting out social media posts against PM Modi and his govt.