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AP Congress Committee (APCC) vice-president and Congress senior leader N Tulasi Reddy said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was not making comments suitable to his stature.
Vijayawada: AP Congress Committee (APCC) vice-president and Congress senior leader N Tulasi Reddy said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was not making comments suitable to his stature. Speaking to media persons at state party office on Thursday, he described Modi's black mailing tactics against West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee as 'undemocratic' and not suitable to his stature.
He wondered as to how the Prime Minister could make comments as 40 MLAs of Trinamool Congress were in touch with the BJP. He said the PM's comments were defaming the Constitution of India and the values of legislative bodies.
He asked Narendra Modi as to how he could encourage the undemocratic process when he is in Prime Minister's chair. He also said the PM made false allegations against the Congress leaders that he was facing life threat from them. He said the Prime Minister was using the religion, caste and money to win in the elections. He said that he never saw Prime Minister like Narendra Modi who was destroying the constitutional bodies.
Stating that Narendra Modi was not suitable for PM's post, he said the BJP leaders should know the value-based politics after observing the Congress president Rahul Gandhi's conduct in public speeches. He said the BJP leaders should recognise that the regime of Rahul Gandhi has already begun in national politics. Congress party official spokesperson Shaik Saida was present.