MODI PRISONER OF HIS OWN IMAGE: RAHUL
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.