Rahul Gandhi is spoiled child of Indian politics: BJPBengaluru: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has called Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi a 'spoiled child' of Indian politics.Party spokesperson MJ Akbar yesterday said that the Congress party is behaving with 'complete irresponsibility' under Rahul's overall
Bengaluru: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has called Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi a 'spoiled child' of Indian politics.
Party spokesperson MJ Akbar yesterday said that the Congress party is behaving with 'complete irresponsibility' under Rahul's overall leadership.
"Rahul Gandhi is the spoiled child of Indian politics. He doesn't have a truth; he has no experience and each day more proof comes that instead of trying to be a leader he has become India's most prominent mislead," he said.
"What we are seeing is a pattern of irresponsibility, whether the Congress is in power as it is in Karnataka or where it is in opposition as it is in Delhi. It is behaving with complete irresponsibility under the overall leadership of Rahul Gandhi," he added.
Akbar further said that Congress is trying to mislead the people on the issue of Rahul's foreign trips.
"They think all of us here in India have no access to internet, have no access to information. Which world of foolishness they are living in...," he said.
The BJP's reaction came in the wake of Congress insisting that Rahul has gone to the US to attend a conference 'Weekend with Charlie Rose' at Aspen Institute in Colorado, and would be back for campaigning in the Bihar assembly elections.
On the possibility of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief, Mohan Bhagwat's comments on reservation, the BJP leader claimed that those comments were 'misunderstood and misconstrued', particularly by Bihar Chief Minister, Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad Yadav.
"They have vested interest in creating misunderstanding. Our position has been clarified over and over again by a person no less than our party President Amit Shah. There is no question of BJP changing the reservation policy at all," he said.