Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala described the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s first interview in 2019, ahead of 2019 Lok Sabha polls to news agency ANI as a “monologue.” Minutes after a 95-minute interview with Prime Minister was aired on TV channels, the Congress fired 10 questions that should have been answered by him.
“The whole summary of PM Modi’s interview was – ‘I’, ‘me’, ‘mine’, and ‘myself’,” said the Congress’ Randeep Singh Surjewala at a Press conference, asserting that the PM should instead have detailed progress on “10 promises that he made,” including the one to deposit Rs 15 lakh in every bank account and bringing back black money from abroad.
Surjewala said the Prime Minister “had only peddled lies” at the interview about his government’s 55 months in power. The Congress spokesman also reminded him about the Rafale fighter jet deal and its demand for a probe by a parliamentary panel. “Why are you running away from a probe,” he underscored, listing what he said, were the government’s “broken promises”.