Congress Depicts PM Modi as Cartoon in New #JanKiBaat Series

Congress Depicts PM Modi as Cartoon in New #JanKiBaat Series
Congress Depicts PM Modi as Cartoon in New #JanKiBaat Series

The main Indian opposition party Congress has started a new cartoon series #JanKiBaat to highlight the failures of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his government.

The series is named after Modi’s monthly radio program ‘Mann Ki Baat’ which is an atrociously boring program and nobody likes it except perhaps Modi himself.

In today’s cartoon release, Congress has attacked Modi’s frequent foreign tours saying that in the past 3 years of his rule, Modi has made nearly 50 foreign trips.

[ Also Read: Why Narendra Modi Is Not Qualified to Go Abroad ]

It is a common belief in India that Modi is wasting public money worth millions of dollars (or crores of rupees) on his foreign tours that are nothing more than fun trips of a simpleton who is desperately trying to find an identity on foreign soils.

Although Modi has kept a Sushma Swaraj as External Affairs (Foreign) Minister, she has been relegated to a mere figurehead role while Modi himself keeps traveling in the name of managing external affairs.

[ Rahul Gandhi Reveals How PM Modi Failed to Create Jobs ]

Earlier this week, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi – who is on a 2-week tour to the U.S. – had stated that despite his election campaign promises, Modi has failed miserably to create jobs in India.

Rahul Gandhi was addressing a group of students at the University of California in Berkeley on Monday. He spoke about the harsh realities in India and the way forward for the country which claims to be the largest democracy in the world.

Photo courtesy: Congress

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