PM Modi Bases Entire Policy Making Strategy On TRP: Rahul Gandhi

| December 2 , 2016 , 13:07 IST
[caption id="attachment_237640" align="aligncenter" width="700"]PM Modi Bases Entire Policy Making Strategy On TRP: Rahul Gandhi PM Modi Bases Entire Policy Making Strategy On TRP: Rahul Gandhi[/caption] Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on the 13th Day of the Winter Session of Parliament chaired the Congress Party Parliamentary meet for the first time. Although Supremo Sonia Gandhi was not present during the meet, Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha MPs were present. During the meeting Rahul Gandhi said that "PM Modi is more interested in TRP politics. Congress never gave India a PM who was a prisoner of his own image. We never gave India a PM who by passed the experience of those sitting in the institutions. We never gave India a PM who based his entire policy making strategy on TRP. We never gave a PM who was ready to inflict such tremendous suffering on people of India to protect his own persona." ALSO READ: Demonetisation: We Aren’t Allowed To Speak, Claims Rahul Gandhi Speaking about the India-Pakistan relations and the frequent border attacks, Rahul Gandhi said "Govt has got itself into a complete mess with regards to Pakistan. Their policy is a complete failure. It's high time Govt develops a coherent strategy, we were told that idea behind strikes was to stop Pak from cross border attacks but there have been 21 major attacks and hundreds of ceasefire violations since the strikes." ALSO READ: Rahul Gandhi Addresses Party Workers In Bhiwandi: Highlights "Our soldiers, their families paying price. 85 soldiers martyred, that's the highest number of men we have lost in almost a decade. Today the same person who used to ridicule us sits silently while Kashmir burns. The country has suffered tremendous damage as a result of vanity and incompetence of our PM," claimed Rahul Gandhi. "PM Modi will be judged by history as a man who gifted massive political space to anti-India forces by creating opportunistic BJP-PDP political alliances," said Rahul Gandhi.