New Delhi, Sept. 27 : Lampooning the Congress Party for criticising Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Digital India’ reiteration made in San Jose, California, Bharatiya Janata Party spokesperson Sambit Patra on Sunday said it had become increasingly clear that the Congress was “nervous” by Prime Minister Modi’s visit to the United States.
“The CEOs, with whom Prime Minister Modi has interacted, are saying India has not got such a Prime Minster since Independence. We don’t need to tell people how the Prime Minister is winning praise for the country, as they are watching it all on television. In such a situation, if the Congress Party says that the Prime Minister is earning a bad name for the country, then it requires serious reckonings that, after all, how mentally bankrupt the Congress has become,” said Patra.
He also sought to know from the Congress as to who was the industrialist financing Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi’s vacation to the U.S.
Reacting to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s comment of ”Make India’ first before “Make in India”, Patra said, “Kejriwalji has got a mandate in Delhi, and thus, he should ‘Make Delhi’, as we are making India and people are witnessing it.”
Patra further said Kejriwal should not think about politics, but concentrate on dealing with the dengue menace. (ANI)