Aggressive PM calls BJP arrogant, takes a dig at Modi in Parliament

Amid economical as well as political issues seems to be pressurized Prime Minister Manmohan Singh who known for his calm nature went on aggressive on Wednesday while reply to the President’s speech in Lok Sabha.

Breaking his silence, Mr. Singh in an unusually aggressive mood took charge on the Opposition, BJP, criticizing for their abusive language against the UPA government its achievements at its National Council meet, as per reports.

Mr. Singh accused BJP for its top leadership meet in which party had made several arrogant abuses against the Congress.

A combative PM, always being quiet demeanour personality, shockingly broke out at the BJP on all fronts, and his anger made more fire with Gujarat CM Narendra Modi’s attack on Congress.

“jo garajte hain, woh baraste nahi (Barking dogs seldom bite)”, Mr. Singh remarked on Modi, referencing his earlier attack on Congress  as “termites” and also calling PM as a “night watchman” at the BJP National Council, source said.

This is not enough, PM put out a comparative analysis, much confident about the country’s growth rate and the state of the economy to 8% percent, challenging BJP to contest Lok Sabha 2014 elections that throw them into the biggest failure like it did in 2004 and 2009.

NDA’s India Shining campaign was a disaster as per Mr. Singh who took his points on the motion of thanks on the President’s address over various issues including US resolution against Sri Lankan.

In wake to build a coordinating environment across all States, PM requested to make an immediate action over execution of bills, expanding agriculture sector scope which helps economy growth.


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