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Here Are 10 Reasons Why Modi Should Not Respond to Rahul Gandhi’s Unsubstantiated Allegations

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Author : Subir Deb
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Heated debates are going on about whether or not the Prime Minister should respond to Rahul Gandhi’s allegation of corruption against him. Media have their own reasons to create hype over the issue to increase their TRP but the right thinking citizens of the country should ignore this “Rahul-made” controversy that failed to create even a mild tremor, leave alone the earthquake that was promised by the Congress Vice President.

Here are 10 reasons why Modi should not respond to RaGa’s funny accusation:-

1. The preposterous allegations were already in public domain and there is nothing new in it.

2.The accusations were made earlier by Mr. Arvind Kejriwal, Mr. Prashant Bhushan and others. More than enough discussions, debates and deliberations have already taken place. Not even an iota of credibility could be established by anyone to justify a response the PM now.

3. V The preposterous allegations were already in public domain and there is nothing new in it.
The accusations were made earlier by Mr. Arvind Kejriwal, Mr. Prashant Bhushan and others. More than enough discussions, debates and deliberations have already taken place. Not even an iota of credibility could be established by anyone to justify a response the PM now.

4. After refusal by the Apex Court of the country, the demand for probe on the allegations by RaGa & Co. has clearly established that it is nothing but merely a fishing expedition.

5. The Prime Minister of India has many more important issues to deal with and must not waste his time on some unsubstantiated insinuations.

6. Rahul Gandhi is a person who was scared to become the Prime Minister of India during the last UPA rule despite the expressed wishes of Congress party leaders. It speaks volume of his credibility.

7. Rahul Gandhi is a person who ran away from accepting responsibility of the Leader of largest opposition party in the Lok Sabha. It establishes his irresponsible character.

8. Rahul Gandhi is a person who is shying away to become the President of Congress party though he IS the “de facto” President. It shows his preference to “sit on fence” when question of serious matter comes up.

9. The Congress party’s Chief Ministerial candidate for the Uttar Pradesh and the former Delhi Chief Minister whose name also figures in the list, Mrs. Sheila Dikshit said “It is all hearsay. There is no iota of truth in the allegations. I totally reject these allegations” When Mr. Rahul Gandhi’s own party leader rubbishes the allegation, why a person of the stature of PM of India should take the allegation seriously?

10. PM Modi must remember the famous quote by Winston S Churchill: “You will never reach your destination if you stop and throw stones at every dog that barks.”

The preposterous personal accusation made by the Congress Vice President could have been totally ignored by the PM, but as a courteous and honorable man, Modi did not choose to insult RaGa by remaining completely silent on the issue. So, Mr. Narendra Modi simply mocked Mr. Rahul Gandhi publicly for his comical behavior. This is the best response such ridiculous assertion deserves and Modi did exactly the same.

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