New Delhi: Rahul Gandhi on Saturday while addressing a rally at Mandi said, Prime Minister Narendra Modi can’t differentiate between truth and lies. He also said that Mr Modi makes false promises by befooling people leaving a serious impact on India’s economy.
“Modi can’t differentiate between truth and lies, thus he has always been befooling the people,” Congress vice-president said at the rally, reported The Indian Express.
In a narrative about the prime minister, Gandhi claimed: “Once a journalist asked Modi ji: what does he do when he is free from his work. Modi ji said he goes to the far-off hills in his chappals.”
Gandhi furthered the anecdote and said the then journalist asked Modi “Ok, but where have you gone till now?” to which PM Modi said “I have gone up to a height of 25,000 feet in the hills.”
“Now Guess, which mountain has Modi ji travelled to?” Only Kanchenjunga has the height of 25,000 feet, Gandi said, adding that some people had even died to try to climb the mountain. “Now, you imagine how our Prime Minister had gone there in chappals all alone,” Congress vice-president added.
Adding to that, he said at the rally, “If not Prime Minister, our Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh has certainly been travelling every part of the hills on foot.”