Assam CM hits at RaGa: Reminds him of ‘biscuit feeding’ incident
Guwahati: Assam chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Wednesday once again reminded Congress leader Rahul Gandhi of the incident when Gandhi allegedly ignored Sarma and was busy feeding to dogs.
Sarma’s reaction came after Rahul Gandhi slammed the Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a ‘king’ and blamed him of running an ‘autocracy’ in the Parliament.
Sarma in a tweet wrote: “Mr. Rahul Gandhi, those who prefer to feed biscuits to dogs in the presence of leaders from Assam and then offer them the same biscuits should be the last people to talk about political decency.
High command mindset is INC’s be all and end all. The people of India know it well.”
Earlier during the day, Rahul Gandhi during his speech in the Parliament said, “There are two visions. One vision – it is a union of states. It is a partnership, not a kingdom. You will never ever rule over the people of the states of India. It has never been done in 3,000 years. Congress smashed the idea of king, but now that has come back.”
Sarma had previously mocked Gandhi by saying that he was grateful to Congress ‘prince’ Rahul Gandhi for ignoring him and shunting him out of the Congress party, an insult that eventually led him to leave Congress and become the chief minister of Assam.