Amit Shah slams Rahul Gandhi's style of politics as undemocratic

Amit Shah slams Rahul Gandhi's style of politics as undemocratic

Amit Shah slams Rahul Gandhi's style of politics as undemocratic

Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked his MPs on Friday to popularise, among the masses, the welfare schemes announced in the Budget. "There might be some loopholes in our schemes, that is why I would request my friends from Congress and other parties to constitute a task force and study the loopholes in our schemes if any, I will pay due attention to your suggestions". The booklet, with the title 'Unbeatable Global Legend, ' contains articles published in around 25 global newspapers about Modi's speech at Davos. "And we will win Tripura also", Modi was quoted as saying. The Prime Minister's photo is from his address at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

Modi said that the success of MPs depended on the party's performance. Gandhi further said, "PM Modi spoke for an hour, but spoke nothing on Rafale deal." . It was a reference to PM Modi's visit beginning today to Palestine, the UAE and Oman.

Speaking at the BJP parliamentary party meet, Shah asked his MPs to pull up their socks and start reaching out to the electorate in their respective constituencies. The meeting comes days after the party lost the crucial Rajasthan bypolls to Congress.

Party heads warned the MPs to work hard and to get the right messaging out to the people on the Union Budget presented last week.


"You were speaking about Ayushman Bharat and gave the example of USA and Britain, there is a vast difference between them and our society", said the Prime Minister.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, party chief Amit Shah, and other top leaders are attending the meeting at the party headquarters in Delhi's 11 Ashoka Road.

"It is shameful and sad for democracy if under the new Congress president Rahul Gandhi, such precedents are set in parliament where his MPs can shout slogan while the Hon'ble PM is his delivering his Vote of Thanks for the Hon'ble President", Mr Shah said.

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