Rahul Gandhi speaks during a news conference at his party’s headquarters in New Delhi, India. File photo/ Reuters
Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Saturday appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to address at least one press conference before the elections conclude saying it was looking terrible on international level.
“Please tell the Prime Minister to do a couple of press conferences also. It’s really looking very bad,” Gandhi told reporters at the party headquarters.
“It is looking shameful out there. He is looking terrible on the international stage, Indian Prime Minister does not have the guts to stand in front of the Indian media leave the international media,” he said.
“It’s looking bad, so please tell him to do at least one before the elections are over,” he said.
The Congress chief has been demanding a presser from Modi and keeps repeating it every time he meets the press.
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