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Grade F for work, A+ for self promotion: Rahul's report card on Modi

By Deepika
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With the Modi government completing four years in office on Saturday, Congress president Rahul Gandhi has released a report card for Prime Minsiter Narendra Modi.

Rahul Gandhi

The report card has an 'F' for the PM, calling him a "master communicator" with a short attention span; struggles with complex issues; short attention span".

While Rahul gave the PM 'F' grade for agriculture, foreign policy, fuel prices, job creation, he has given him 'A+' for slogan creation and self-promotion.

Earlier in the day, PM Modi took to Twitter to highlight the achievements of his government which completes four years today.

"On this day in 2014, we began our journey of working towards India's transformation. Over the last four years, development has become a vibrant mass movement, with every citizen feeling involved in India's growth trajectory. 125 crore Indians are taking India to great heights!".

"I bow to my fellow citizens for their unwavering faith in our Government. This support and affection is the biggest source of motivation and strength for the entire Government. We will continue to serve the people of India with the same vigour and dedication".

Modi also shared an infographic highlighting the achievements of the government in various sectors.

"For us, it is always India First. With the best intent and complete integrity, we have taken futuristic and people-friendly decisions that are laying the foundations of a New India," Modi also said.

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