New Delhi, Nov 15: Congress celebrated former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru's 125th birth anniversary in New Delhi. The party also has organized an international conference on Nehru's legacy at Vigyan Bhavan which will be held on Nov 17-18.
Many politicians, leaders across the country have been invited to attend the conference in the national capital. Foreign dignitaries and delegations of political parties too have been sent invitations to be present at the international conference. [Mamata responds to Sonia's Nehru anniversary invitation: TMC-Congress-Left alliance on the cards?]
However, Congress decided to give a royal snub to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Congress's decision of not inviting Modi caused quite a stir among various political parties and media houses.
Instavaani by Fourthlion technologies polled 101 respondents across major metros and different cities in Karnataka, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal on Nov 14.
Instavaani tried to gauge citizen sentiment over the controversy. The majority of respondents - 61 per cent of respondents across age groups believe that the Prime Minister should have been invited.
Only 16 per cent feel that the Congress party need not invite the Prime Minister. 23 per cent of the total respondents choose not to comment about Congress's decision.
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