Sonia Gandhi mocks Narendra Modi, says he is already behaving like PM
Zee Media Bureau/Biplob Ghosal
Lucknow: Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Thursday hit out at Narendra Modi saying that the Bharatiya Janata Party`s prime ministerial candidate seems to be behaving as if he has already acquired the top post.
Addressing a rally in Faizabad district in Uttra Pradesh, the UPA chairperson said that these days Mod`s words seemed as if election results had been declared and the BJP strongman had acquired the PM`s chair.
Increasing her tirade against the Gujarat Chief Minister Sonia said that Modi wants all power to be wrested in one hand and is high on power.
“Modi has forgotten that people of India will decide the fate and not him,” Sonia exhorted.
Both Sonia and Modi have left no stones unturned while targeting each other in election rallies.
While addressing a rally in Bihar yesterday, Modi said, "There is a need of a strong government in the country, unlike the weak and deathbed-ridden mother-son government."
Slamming the UPA government as "weak" and "remote controlled" by the Gandhi family, he said that a "dead" government could not do any good for the country which needed a strong government to solve complex problems through decisive leadership.
Modi has also been critical of alleged dubious land deals of Sonia`s son-in law Robert Vadra.
The results of 2014 Lok Sabha polls will be declared on May 16.
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