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Laughing stock

Slowly and steadily Rahul Gandhi, the Congress vice-president is becoming a laughing stock in front of the MPs as well as voters. He failed to win single election in any of the States for the Congress Party, now trying to turn the tables by making scathing comments about our Prime Minister and thus showing his immaturity. Instead of giving facts and figures he is over reacting and misleading the House and he has become a lying machine most of the time. The steady growth and the recent wins of BJP in the 7 out of 12 constituencies saw the leader going hammer and tong and tried to dethrone the ruling party with war of words. On the other hand, BJP is trying their best to keep up their development agenda and doing a world of good in the economical and agricultural field. Now India is looked upon as a trading nation and during the UPA regime the Prime Minister was used as a puppet and the Congress President was holding her card close to the chest to form the policies, which ended in a cluster of scams during that period. Instead of making the Government to work in their endeavour, Rahul is trying to be a stumbling block and made mockery of the parliamentary democracy in this country. The Congress vice president has become a laughing stock all the time.


Nickhil Mani

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