Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said the Congress was unable to digest the BJP in power and had not come out of its coma even after its defeat in Assam, Bengal and Kerala.
Addressing a weekly meeting of BJP MPs, PM Modi called the Congress’s conduct “irresponsible and unfortunate” and urged his party to take facts about the government’s work to the people, so that “the opposition’s lies didn’t fill the vacuum.”
The Congress, he said, was deliberately creating a negative atmosphere in the country, when in reality there is no shortage of vaccines.
It was a matter of concern that even today in Delhi, 20 per cent frontline warriors were not vaccinated.
“The Congress thinks it is entitled to power. It does not care about its sliding mandate. It is declining everywhere but still it is more concerned about us than itself,” PM Modi said on the opposition party.
He urged BJP leaders to go to fair price shops on July 24 and 25, when free ration would be distributed, and counter opposition propaganda on the Covid fight.