BJP says stop calling defeat a 'moral win'

BJP says stop calling defeat a 'moral win'
Reacting to Rahul Gandhi's remark that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has lost credibility after the Gujarat elections, Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar reminded him that it was the Congress that had lost in the polls which he was passing off a "victory."

Javadekar said, "the BJP has formed the government for the sixth time in a row in Gujarat. It has got a 2/3rd majority in Himachal Pradesh. And Rahul Gandhi is saying that the BJP has suffered a massive blow. People have put their faith in BJP and it's the people who were calling Vikas 'mad'-have been given the jolt."

"In 2014, the Congress lost the elections under Rahul Gandhi's leadership. And now he is considering the defeat in Assembly elections as a victory. People of this country are giving regular blows to the Congress and Rahul says that Modi has credibility issues and his credibility has gone down in the eyes of people. Rahul claims that BJP has got a jolt. What are his scriptwriters doing? The jolt is for Congress. The Congress has lost the elections, but his managers can't make him understand that" Javadekar said.

Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar said, "Credibility of the Congress and Rahul Gandhi is at an all-time low while that of Modi is at an all-time high not just in India but globally."

 

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