PM Modi Mocks Rahul Gandhi’s Speech, Congratulates Him For Finally Learning ‘How To Speak’

Saicharan Palakurthi

Beginning with “There exists a young politician”, Prime Minister Narendra Modi went up cornering the Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi in a hilarious way.

Modi nailed the opposition party supremo way too witty way, he mocked at the Gandhi saying that it is time to expect a “political earthquake,” and without naming Rahul he said that his happiness is boundless watching Rahul finally giving speeches.

Further in his words, “There are some young political leaders. There is a young political leader. He’s learning how to speak and since he learned to speak my joy has no bounds. They are learning how to give speeches. I’m glad that they have has started speaking, I’m happy that we did not have an earthquake.”

Responding to the allegations laid on him by Rahul Gandhi, PM Modi said, referring to the Congress vice president, who yesterday said the PM received kickbacks as chief minister of Gujarat from a corporate house.

Gandhi was referring to documents recovered by the I-T department during raids on the Sahara Group and the Aditya Birla Group, which allegedly listed huge payoffs to several high profile politicians.

Happy that Rahul is learning 'art of speaking', PM Narendra Modi says

Posted by The Times of India on Wednesday, December 21, 2016

“The I-T Department raided Sahara on Nov 22, 2014. They’ve had the records with them for the last two-and-a-half years, yet no action has been taken so far,” Gandhi said at the rally.

 Rahul Gandhi last week promised that he will come out with revelations “about the personal corruption” of the PM, revelations that he said will create “a political earthquake.”

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