New Delhi, April 20
Taking a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal on Tuesday asked why he was not showing the same passion to win the war against coronavirus as shown to win elections.
With the country reeling under the second wave of the Covid pandemic, the Congress has questioned Modi for addressing poll rallies in West Bengal while “ignoring his responsibilities” at the Centre.
“Modiji, you use all your might, muscle power, lung power, resources to win elections. Why not the same passion to win the war against coronavirus for our people?” Sibal said in a tweet.
In another tweet, the former union minister said, “As people die of the pandemic, a citizen to Modiji: Rallies are fine, victories divine, but the battles you are fighting are really not mine!”
Amid a surge in Covid cases, the BJP on Monday said it had decided against holding any big rally or public meeting, including by the Prime Minister and other party leaders, in the ongoing West Bengal Assembly poll campaign. PTI
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