Rahul has no learning, his remarks ought to censured: Ravi Shankar Prasad
New Delhi, Mar.16: Launching a searing assault on Congress VP Rahul Gandhi for blaming Prime Minister Narendra Modi for lacking vision and not understanding remote strategies, Union Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Wednesday said the later has no learning, and his remarks are “false” and “ought to be denounced”.
Prasad told ANI, “Picture of India has ascended before the world due to extraordinary administration of Narendra Modi. We ourselves see when we travel to another country. In this way, Mr. Rahul Gandhi fate has placed you in the spot you are. I would ask for him to do some homework and be minimal capable in what he talks.”
“I would just say that whether Gandhi comprehends remote arrangement, does he know anything about vital security? I don’t think he knows these subtleties in point of interest, in this way for him to make these sort of patently false, careless charges is required to be denounced,” he said.
Preparing his firearms at the Prime Minister over the treatment of the Pathankot fear assault, Gandhi on Wednesday said the previous needs vision and runs universal tact as per his ‘impulses and fancies’.
“I had brought it up in my discourse too. The way the issue was taken care of in a concentrated way by the NSA. There are a great deal of talented individuals in the nation; he needs to make utilization of them. The Prime Minister feels that he has every one of the answers or individuals around him have every one of the answers. This isn’t right. There are clergymen, administrators; he ought to make utilization of them,” Gandhi told the media outside the Parliament.
Gandhi’s remarks came after Congress pioneer Jyotiraditya Scindia lashed out at the legislature in Parliament over the Pathankot assault.
“Operation was going ahead in Pathankot, yet all choices were being taken in Delhi. The NSA was controlling the whole operation,” Scindia said in the Lok Sabha today.
“The Home Minister tweeted and after that erased. Till today, we don’t know whether there were five terrorists or six terrorists,” he included.
The terrorists assaulted the Pathankot Air Force Station, part of the Western Air Command of the Indian Air Force, on 2 January. Four terrorists were executed in the weapon fight and two security strengths faculty were martyred guarding the air base.