'Vikas can be fast or slow. But how it can be mad? I feel pity on brain of Rahul Gandhi,' says Rajnath Singh

'Vikas can be fast or slow. But how it can be mad? I feel pity on brain of Rahul Gandhi,' says Rajnath Singh

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi recently stood firm on his 'Vikas paagal ho gaya hai' assertion, in reference to development in Gujarat, claiming he would not abstain from speaking the truth.

By: || Updated: 03 Dec 2017 01:04 PM

Image: Home Minister Rajnath Singh/Twitter

New Delhi: The Home Minister Rajnath Singh, on Sunday, attacked Congress VP Rahul Gandhi over later's comment that "Vikas (development), pagal ho gaya hai" (Vikas has gone mad) in Gujarat.

"Vikas (development) can be fast or slow. But how it can be mad? I feel pity on the brain of Rahul Gandhi," Rajnath Singh said.

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi recently stood firm on his 'Vikas paagal ho gaya hai' assertion, in reference to development in Gujarat, claiming he would not abstain from speaking the truth.

Speaking, last month, at an interactive session with social media volunteers of his party in Gujarat's Banaskantha, Rahul slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modifor disrespecting the office of the prime minister when he was in the Opposition, and said that the Congress would never do the same.

"Whatever we do, spot Modi ji's faults or disturb the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), but we will never disrespect the prime minister's office. When Modi ji was in the Opposition, he used to speak with disrespect about the prime minister. That is the difference between us and them; no matter what he says about us, we will not go beyond a certain point," Gandhi said, and continued, "But, we'll speak the truth, and this is the truth that Gujaratme 'vikas paagal ho gaya hai' (Development has gone berserk in Gujarat)."


About Gujarat Assembly Elections 2017:

The 14th Gujarat Legislative Assembly election 2017 is scheduled to be held on 9 December 2017 and 14 December 2017 and all 182 members of the Gujarat Legislative Assembly will be elected. The leader of the largest party or coalition will become the next Chief Minister.

The counting of votes will take place on December 18.

Presently BJP is ruling the Gujarat under CM Vijay Rupani.



(With inputs from ANI)

 

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