Narendra Modi mocks PM, says UPA government ‘most hated’ since Independence

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Kolkata: Terming the UPA government at the centre as the “most hated since Independence”, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday mocked Prime Minister Manmohan Singh asking how he can lead the nation when his own party “did not accept” him as a leader.  “Probably UPA is the most hated government since Independence. I have never seen such hatred and anger among the people against any other government. It did not take any credible step to solve any problem. It must be ensured that the UPA government is uprooted,” he said addressing BJP workers in Kolkata.  Mr Modi, widely perceived as BJP’s prime ministerial candidate in the 2014 Lok Sabha poll, attacked the Prime Minister.  “If you ask 100 Congress workers as to who is their leader no one will name Manmohan Singhji, irrespective of he being the Prime Minister. When his own party does not accept him as the leader of the party and as the leader of the country, then how can such a prime minister lead a nation?” he asked.  Referring to the issue of power centres within the Congress party, he said, “nowhere can I see any sign of power. Then where from such discussions over power centres arise I don’t know”….

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