Rahul Gandhi Says Modi’s Fear Of Losing Power Turning Into Anger; Then Goes To Hug PM


“I know I am a pappu for you, but I don’t have any anger against you,” says Congress president.

Congress president Rahul Gandhi said in the Lok Sabha on Friday that Prime Minister Narendra Modi ruled out of fear, and that fear had turned into anger now.

During the debate on the no-confidence motion against the government, Mr. Gandhi said, “The Prime Minister and the BJP president are a different type of politicians. They are not like us [Congress].

We are okay with winning and losing, staying in and out of power. But they cannot afford to lose power. They fear losing power. It is this fear that is turning as anger.” Read More

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