13 Jun 2020, 04:08 pm By Neha Sinha
All four wheels of Modi government are not working says Kapil Sibal

After Rahul Gandhi, another senior Congress leader targeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi led NDA government. This time senior politician and lawyer Kipal Sibal raise serious questions on PM Modi and his governance.

While interacting with people through Social Media Live session, Sibal pointed out that all four wheels of the Modi government are not working and hence the vehicle is not moving ahead.

Referring to the Modi government Sibal opined that all four wheels are important for a vehicle but in the case of the Modi government none of them is working.

"Modi ji, all four wheels are important for a vehicle. The first wheel is the Parliament where you never answer. Second is the government that is not under control. The third is Judiciary where your government quotes that there are no migrants on the road. Fourth and the last one is the Election Commission that follows your directions", said Sibal.

Sibal further alleged Modi that neither he nor the Finance Minister has any idea about the Indian Economy's current situation.

"If all four wheels of your government are not functional, how this government will run? You are at the driving seat of this government but I wonder neither you nor the Finance Minister of India has the idea of the current scenario of the Indian Economy," said Sibal while specifically addressing PM Modi through social media.

Sibal further pointed out that how the Modi government has failed to manage the CoronaVirus crises and as a result situation is getting worse. He also raised questions on price hike of Petrol-Diesel & he believes that the Modi government has left with no option.

"Modi government has benefitted cooperate sector of ₹1.45 lakh crores but not ready to invest ₹70,000 crores for the public," said Sibal.

Sibal was aggressively questioning Modi for Petrol-Diesel prices and not be able to control price hike even in this period of time. He also alleged that among neighbouring countries except for Bangladesh, India has the most expensive oil prices that are giving burden to common people.

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