MODI PRIS­ONER OF HIS OWN IM­AGE: RAHUL

Hindustan Times ST (Mumbai) - Live - - FRONT PAGE - Au­rangzeb Naqsh­bandi and Dhrubo Jy­oti

NEW DELHI: Con­gress vice-pres­i­dent Rahul Gandhi ac­cused Prime Min­is­ter Naren­dra Modi on Fri­day of be­ing a “pris­oner of his own im­age”, blam­ing him for the cash crunch, mount­ing mil­i­tary fa­tal­i­ties in mil­i­tant at­tacks, and the Kash­mir un­rest.

His un­bri­dled offensive against Modi came at the Con­gress Par­lia­men­tary Party (CPP) meet, which he ad­dressed for the first time in the ab­sence of party pres­i­dent So­nia Gandhi, who is un­well. “The Prime Min­is­ter of­ten asks what the Con­gress did in the last 60 years. I would like to tell the Prime Mi­nis ter what the Con­gress didn’t do in 67 years,” said the 46-year-old Gandhi, tipped to take over the party man­tle af­ter his mother.

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