Sonia attacks PM Modi over his 'scam India' remark, says Centre hasn't done any concrete work so far

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New Delhi, May 6: Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for criticising UPA government on foreign soil.

Addressing general body meeting of the Congress Parliamentary Party today, Sonia Gandhi said, "No concrete work has been seen in the Modi government's first year, says Sonia."

'Scam India' remark: Sonia attacks Modi

Alleging the current NDA dispensation is a one-man government, Sonia told Congress workers that all powers have been centred around the PMO and that ministers have no authority.

Earlier, PM Modi during his recent visit to Canada had attacked the erstwhile UPA government and termed the regime as 'scam India'. At a gathering of Indians in Toronto , Modi had said that India needs to do away with 'scam India' and instead adopt 'skill India' philosophy.

At a gathering of Indians in Toronto , Modi had said that India needs to do away with 'scam India' and instead adopt 'skill India' philosophy.

 

"Earlier India was known as 'Scam India', we want it should be known for 'Skill India'" Modi had said during his speech at Ricoh Coliseum in canada.

 

After Rahul Gandhi's recent attack on the NDA government over farmers issue, Sonia Gandhi is expected to take on the Narendra Modi dispensation in Parliament today.

Party sources said Gandhi, who is also the Chairperson of the Congress Parliamentary Party, could give notice for an adjournment motion in the Lok Sabha today to discuss the "failure of institutional mechanism" in the country.

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The issue is expected to be raised in the wake of key posts in key institutions lying vacant since Modi became Prime Minister almost a year ago.

An indication to this effect was available after a meeting the Congress chief had with the party members from the Lok Sabha.

Gandhi will be addressing general body meeting of the Congress Parliamentary Party today.

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