Congress President Rahul Gandhi attacked PM Modi

NEW DELHI:  The Congress on Monday sharpened its attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, dubbing him “Maun Modi” (silent Modi) for his “continued silence” on issues critical to the country, and alleged that raids by agencies in the bank scam are a mere “eyewash” to befool the public. Congress President Rahul Gandhi attacked the prime minister over his “silence” on the multi-crore PNB bank fraud, asking where the “country’s watchman” was when jeweller Nirav Modi fled the country like liquor baron Vijay Mallya. Mr Gandhi took the swipe at the prime minister for his refrain during poll rallies that he would act as a watchman for the country, and cited his “na khaoonga, na khaane doonga” (will neither do nor allow anyone to do corruption) statement. The Congress chief said the entire country was keen to know the “secret behind his silence” and alleged that it screams out loudly where his loyalties were.

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