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Rahul Gandhi most joked about politician : Narendra Modi

Rahul Gandhi most joked about politician : Narendra Modi

| | 10 Feb 2017, 04:23 pm
Bijnore, Uttar Pradesh Feb 10 (IBNS) : Going scorching with Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi, Prime Minister Narendtra Moldi on Friday called him the 'most joked about politician' and even his party leaders want to stay away from him.

"If you check on google, no other politician has so many jokes on him as the Congress neta,"  Modi told a rally at Bijnore in Uttar Pradesh without actually naming Gandhi, but making it amply clear who it is.

Uttar Pradesh will go to a five-phase election from tomorrow.

"His antics are such that even senior Congress leaders stay 10 feet away from him," Modi said.

Referring to the electoral tie-up the ruling Samajwadi Party has forged with the Congress in Uttar Pradesh, the Prime Minister posed a sarcastic question to Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav : "Akhilesh you embraced this kind of a leader when even his own party avoids him? Now I sincerely doubt your wisdom."

Akhilesh Yadav and Rahul Gandhi announced their partnership last month. They also held joint roadshows in Lucknow, Kanpur and Agra.


Image: NarendraModi_in Twitter page

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