Sonia Accuses Centre of Arrogance Due to Numerical Strength in Parliament

Published: 03rd August 2015 11:29 AM  |   Last Updated: 03rd August 2015 12:09 PM   |  A+A-

Sonia Gandhi made a statement that BJP's stand of discussion and dialogue first and action later is not acceptable to Congress.

"We are raising very important issue with strong evidence, but Govt is unwilling to take action in this regard," Sonia said at a meeting of Congress Parliamentary Party. She added that Government was using numerical strength as a sources of arrogance rather than responsibility, trying to substitute investigation by mere discussion.

Also Read: 'Mann ki Baat' Man Retreats Into 'Maun Vrat': Sonia

Attacking the Prime Minister over his "silence", Sonia Gandhi says champion of 'man ki baat' appears to have retreated to 'maun vrat'. PM is conspicuous by his "deafening silence on the blatant transgressions" by his External Affairs Minister and two Chief Ministers, Sonia said. BJP is the author of 'resign now, debate later' principle which it had used in at least five occasions during UPA rule, we are only following it, she added

PM has turned out to be a master repackager, a skillful salesman, a sharp headline grabber and a clever news manager, the Congress president said.


(With inputs from PTI)

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