Some people learn with age but some don’t: PM Narendra Modi's veiled attack at Rahul Gandhi - Watch
PM Narendra Modi invoked late Congress stalwarts and prime ministers Jawaharlal Nehru and Rajiv Gandhi to urge the opposition to let parliament function "peacefully and responsibly".
New Delhi: Taking on Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi for mocking at the government's ambitious 'Make in India' programme, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said, "You are mocking at 'Make in India'? If it is not successful, you should suggest what should be done to make it successful."
Referring to disruptions in Parliament due to which several bills, including the crucial GST legislation is stuck, Modi said "House is not allowed to function due to inferiority complex (of the opposition leadership)."
While elaborating, he appeared to suggest that top Congress leadership was not allowing "young" and "bright" leaders to emerge fearing that they may overshadow Rahul.
The Prime Minister invoked late Congress stalwarts and prime ministers Jawaharlal Nehru and Rajiv Gandhi to urge the opposition to let Parliament function "peacefully and responsibly".