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Hypocrisy at the centre!?

Friday, February 02, 2018

The Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) which criticised Congress President Rahul Gandhi's gifted jacket – carrying a price tag of $995 (Rs 63,000), which he wore during his visit to Meghalaya – and further, alleged it was bought with black money, have no business in doing so. The Prime Minister Narendra Modi, since the day he came into power, has been wearing a jacket worth lakhs of rupees, wasting taxpayers money for his 56 inch chest and to boost his bogus image in front of the world leaders. The fact is that he will hug world leaders but not a poor Indian because his image will fall and be insulted. I strongly feel that this 'suit-boot ki sarkar' of Prime Minister Modi have only looted the country and he is selfish and egoistic. He will keep the particular distance he maintains with the poor people, which he does not do with Mr Obama or others world leaders. The fact of the matter is that PM Modi is still a suit-boot person and has not done anything for the country. The BJP have no right to question Rahul Gandhi and his gifted jacket.
— Bhagwan Thadani, Mumbai

 

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