Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s daughter Priyanka Gandhi on Friday once again launched a blistering attack on Narendra Modi saying that the BJP’s prime ministerial candidate should tell the people what he has done for the farmers in Gujarat.
Hitting out at the Gujarat Chief Minister, the wife of businessman Robert Vadra said that Modi should tell the people what he would do if voted to power and not just teach English alphabets.
Mocking at the BJP strongman, Priyanka exhorted: “You are not teaching in a school, you are addressing the nation, tell them what you will do.”
Appealing to the people to vote for the Congress president, Priyanka said that Sonia has done a lot of development work in the Rae Bareli district.
She further urged the people to reject the parties involved in divisive politics and vote for the Congress.
Of late, Priyanka has raised the poll pitch by directly attacking Modi, who has also hit back by targeting her husband Robert Vadra for alleged dubious deals.
On a daily basis Priyanka has been campaigning for her brother and Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi and the UPA chairperson in Amethi and Rae Bareli districts.