New Delhi sources added that Union Minister Arun Jaitley accused Congress of driving Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy to desperation, saying it did the same to Charan Singh, Chandra Shekhar, H D Deve Gowda and I K Gujral when they were the prime ministers of governments backed by the party.
Meanwhile when taking a pot-shot at opposition's effort to stitch a "non-ideological opportunistic" alliance just to "Keep Modi Out", Jaitley said in a hard-hitting Facebook post that India cannot afford to have 'bechara' (helpless) Prime Minister. Furthermore he said that in the past few days, "we witnessed" Kumaraswamy baring his emotions with tears, wetting his eyes and declining to accept bouquets and garlands.
Jaitley said “The Congress firmly believes that
only members of one family can rule India. If anybody else gets a chance, he
should be pushed to the desperation of throwing his hands up and weeping
publicly". Moreover "India's Prime Minister and his Government has to
overcome the challenges that India faces today and he cannot be seen like the
Chief Minister of Karnataka as a tragedy king."
Rahul Gandhi called Congress Workers been Lathi charged as "dictatorship under PM Modi" New Delhi sources stated that declaring that "dictatorship has become a vocation" in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's regime, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi today said that people in Chhattisgarh will remember the attack on his party's workers in Bilaspur as an act of "political persecution".
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