New Delhi: Attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Sunday asked him to deliver or quit the throne.
He asked Modi to stop giving his “hollow speeches”.
In his tweet post, Gandhi made reference to a news report that the government has hiked price of subsidised cooking gas cylinders for the 19th time in 16 months and said: ” “Expensive gas, expensive ration, stop making hollow speeches! Control prices, give jobs else exit your post.”
BJP leader Sambit Patra was quit in giving him a reply when he tweeted:”There were no jobs, no ration. Does the Shehzada (prince) himself deserve the throne.”
The Congress leader attacked the Centre at a time when it is preparing to challenge the BJP in Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat assembly polls.