UP Elections 2017: Modi likes to read 'janampatri', search Google & peek into people's bathrooms, says Rahul – Akhilesh and Rahul Gandhi released a Common Minimum Programme in Lucknow.
Samajwadi Party President Akhilesh Yadav and Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Saturday released a Common Minimum Programme at a joint press conference in Lucknow, and attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Taking on PM Modi over 'raincoat' jibe and 'jokes' remarks, Rahul Gandhi said, "Modi likes to read 'janampatri', search Google and peep into bathrooms of people…but he is a failure as PM"
Rahul also said that Modi will get a jolt from results of UP polls.
Talking about the Common Minimum Programme, Rahul said, "We want a government for the youth, one that has vision. These ten points in the joint programme are foundations of development."
Stating that is it not good to have too much anger, Akhilesh Yadav also hit out at PM Modi saying, "The anger shows that he is losing sand from beneath of his feet. No need for emotions and anger…these are elections for growth and prosperity of the state," he added.
Speaking about the first phase of voting in Uttar Pradesh, Akhilesh said, "I'm happy with the initial voting trend in the first phase of polling…first votes went to SP-Cong alliance and so alliance will be ahead."
Smartphones, skill development, free cycles and homes for the poor were among the key points in SP-Congress joint programme.