BIHAR: Addressing a rally in Champaran district in Bihar, Rahul Gandhi tried utilising the opportunity and launched a scorching attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi. While campaigning for Congress for the upcoming elections in Bihar, Congress Vice-President left no chance unnoticed of hitting at Modi and accusing his government of failing to fulfil their promises.
 
Rahul tagged PM Modi as a ‘Feku’ on his failure of fulfilling the promises which he made during the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. He cited examples such as providing employment and getting black money back, about which nothing substantial has yet been done by the NDA government headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
 
He put Narendra Modi in stark contrast to Mahatma Gandhi stating that, on one hand we had Gandhiji who gave up his Lawyer suit to serve the country whereas on the other, “Modi ji was a chai wala. I am not sure about it but he claims so. He started wearing suit worth Rs 15 lakh after becoming the Prime Minister,” Rahul taunted at Modi. 
 
Rahul again targeted the functioning of the government pointing at their inefficiency to achieve anything and making something concrete happen. All they do is just launching programmes with no productive output.
 
He also brought into notice the land acquisition bill and attacked the Centre saying, “If BJP comes to power in Bihar, people wearing suit will come from Gujarat and Delhi and ask for any piece of land. They will ask the farmers to be thrown out.”
 
Looks like, the Gandhi scion has entered the battlefield of Bihar elections with full enthusiasm and strategic mind, to give a hard competition to its competitors.