Rahul Gandhi to Narendra Modi: Try a press conference, it's fun

Dec 05, 2018, 19:35 IST | PTI

Rahul Gandhi also reminded Narendra Modi that it has been '2,654 days since you became PM. Still no press conference'

Rahul Gandhi to Narendra Modi: Try a press conference, it's fun
Congress President Rahul Gandhi during a public meeting in poll-bound Telangana state, at Kodad in Suryapet. Pic/PTI

New Delhi: Taking a swipe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday asked him to hold a press conference. Gandhi, who on the day campaigned in Telangana for the December 7 Assembly polls, shared pictures of his press conference in Hyderabad on Twitter and said it was fun to have questions thrown at you.

"Dear Mr Modi, now that campaigning is over, hope you can spare some time for your part-time job as PM," said Gandhi about Modi who has been going around campaigning for the ongoing Assembly polls in five states.

Gandhi also reminded Modi that it has been "2,654 days since you became PM. Still no press conference".

"Some pics from our Hyderabad press conference today (Wednesday). Try one some day, it's fun having questions thrown at you," added Gandhi.

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