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Rahul Gandhi evaluates Modi government's four-year performance, gives report card

Rahul Gandhi evaluates Modi government's four-year performance, gives report card

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 26 May 2018, 07:24 pm

New Delhi, May 26 (IBNS): Congress president Rahul Gandhi has given a thumps down to Narendra Modi government, which completed four years in office on Saturday.

Rahul took to Twitter to give a report card of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led central government.

The Congress chief has given poor grades in all categories except in "slogan creation" and "self-promotion".

Interestingly, Rahul took a dig at Modi government by giving a B- grade in yoga category.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has emphasised on yoga after assumption of power. The central government used to widely celebrate International Yoga Day on Jun 21.

Rahul's tweet reads, "4 Yr. Report Card Agriculture: F Foreign Policy: F Fuel Prices: F Job Creation: F Slogan Creation: A+ Self Promotion: A+ Yoga: B- Remarks: Master communicator; struggles with complex issues; short attention span."

In 2014, the BJP had stormed to power by winning 282 Lok Sabha seats to form a full-majority government at the Centre after 30 years.

The BJP had ended a 10-year rule of the United Progressive Alliance (UPA)- led by the Congress- at the Centre in 2014.

The Congress was reduced to 44 seats in the country four years ago.

Though the BJP had lost a few Lok Sabha seats in the recent by-polls, the saffron outfit is still the most dominant political party in the country.

However, Narendra Modi and the BJP are likely to face a united Opposition in the next General Elections, scheduled to be held in 2019.

Several disparate opposition forces are teaming up with an aim to defeat the BJP in the next Lok Sabha polls.