PM Modi has been reduced to unedifying flip-flops, confusion on what he really stands for: Sonia Gandhi

New Delhi(PTI): Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Tuesday launched a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying “he has been reduced to unedifying flip-flops creating confusion on what he really stands for”.

PM has been reduced to unedifying flip-flops creating confusion on what he really stands for: Sonia Gandhi

Speaking at Congress Working Committee (CWC), Sonia Gandhi said also said that Modi government is “out of touch” with the ground realities.

“The U-turn on Land Ordinance is evidence that government is out of touch with ground realities. Modi Government has failed abysmally to match words with deeds, to match media events with actual accomplishment. The economy is on a downward slide while prices continue on their unrelenting rise,” she said.

Criticising the way NDA government is functioning, the Congress president alleged that “the media is being threatened with notices and other repressive measures”, adding that the “autonomy and integrity of vital institutions which have stood the country in good stead are being systematically eroded”.

Sonia Gandhi also targeted Modi over the Indo-Pak relations and ceasefire violations. “The security situation in our neighbourhood has deteriorated considerably Our jawans and civilians are being increasingly targeted.I nstead of a coherent policy on Pakistan, this Government can’t seem to make up its mind on what it should do,” she said.

She also said that it has been given clear evidence of what is obvious for a long time-that Modi government is controlled & directed by RSS.

Bk Hari Prasad, Shakeel Ahmad, Ghulam Nabui Azad, AK Antony, Anand Sharma, Ambika Soni and others leaders are present the CWC meeting.

The CWC meeting is likely to adopt resolution over one year extension of the date of organisational elections.

There may be consideration of the proposed amendments to the party constitution and law. Also, there would be a discussion on the present political situation and adoption of political resolution.

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