Prime Minister Narendra Modi loves peeping into others' bathrooms: Rahul Gandhi
Rahul's jibe come against the backdrop of the Prime Minister�s remarks in Rajya Sabha that one should learn the art of �bathing with a raincoat on�.
In the escalating war-of-words in a bid to win UP polls 2017, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday takes a jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his raincoat in bathroom” barb at Manmohan Singh, saying that the Prime Minister was more interested in “peeping into bathrooms of people".
Gandhi, who seems to be positive about the result of the UP polls, which is underway, said PM Modi will get a “jolt” once the results of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections are out.
Speaking at a press conference, also joined by UP chief minister Akhilesh Yadav, Rahul said: “Modi likes to read janampatri (horoscope), search Google and peep into the bathrooms of people...but he is a failure as a Prime Minister.”
“He (Modi) can do this (peeping into bathrooms) in his free time,” Gandhi said.
The Congress vice-president's remarks came against the backdrop of the Prime Minister’s remarks in Parliament that one should learn the art of “bathing with a raincoat on” from Manmohan Singh as there was not a single taint on him despite so many scams having taken place during his regime.
In addition to Rahul's jibe, the UP Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav said emotions and anger were not right as these were elections for growth and prosperity of the state.
“Anyone’s ‘janmpatri’ is just a click away in this age of Internet,” Akhilesh said, asking the “PM and BJP not to mislead people and come forward and tell them as to what they have given to the state which has elected all prominent NDA leaders”.