New Delhi: Congress president Sonia Gandhi faced an embarrassment moment on Thursday, when she said UPA government's two years tenure has been a failure.
Sonia committed the faux pass while addressing a delegation of Congress leaders and workers from Andhra Pradesh at party's 24 Akbar Road headquarters in the national capital.
Sonia said: “Almost two years have passed and we have seen nothing, no effort has been made by the UPA government.”
She also hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying, “I believe you (Congress members) have asked for an appointment with the PM, but it seems he is scared to meet you.”
Interestingly, she was reading a written speech.
Meanwhile, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi vowed to put pressure on the Centre for special category status to Andhra Pradesh.
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