Day after 16 security personnel were killed in blast triggered by Maoists in Maharashtra’s Gadchiroli, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi took on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, after he claimed that “since 2014 the sounds of blasts can’t be heard in India,” NDTV reported.
Rahul Gandhi tweeted: “The PM says since 2014 the sounds of blasts can’t be heard in India. Phulwama, Pathankot, Uri, Gadchiroli and 942 other major bombings since 2014. The PM needs to open his ears and listen.”
Senior Congress leader also questioned in a tweet that blasts in Mohra, Dantewada, Palamu, Aurangabad, Koraput, Sukma, Awapalli and Chhattisgarh.
“Is it due to memory loss or due to a compulsive habit…will someone please read to the PM”.