Moran: In a veiled attack on the Gandhi family, Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday indirectly accused the Congress President and her son Rahul Gandhi of disrupting Parliament to avenge the 2014 Lok Sabha polls by blocking the passage of bills aimed at benefiting the poor.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses a public rally at Moran in Dibrugarh yesterday. Pic/PTI
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses a public rally at Moran in Dibrugarh yesterday. Pic/PTI

Addressing tea garden workers in this poll-bound state of Assam, Modi alleged that ‘one family’ was indulging in ‘negative politics’ as he claimed that there are leaders in opposition parties other than Congress who want Parliament to function even though they oppose him.

“Those who have lost the election (in 2014) and have come down from 400 to 40 have decided not to allow Modi to work. They have decided to create obstacles and difficulties. The conspiracy for the same is going on,” he said.

“They have now decided to take revenge from people, from the poor workers for voting the Congress out of power,” Modi said at the public meeting.