Terming Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speeches given by the ramparts of the Red Fort on Independence Day as 'hollow', he said that if Modi speaks the truth in his 'last speech' on Rafael, economy situation and hate environment . Party's main spokesman Randeep Surjewala also said that the Prime Minister should accept the challenge of Congress President Rahul Gandhi to debate Rafael and some other issues.
He told reporters, Congress President Rahul Gandhi has challenged Prime Minister Modi to debate on Rafael. We want Modi to challenge Rahul Gandhi. They argue over the rafale, occupation, corruption, farmer and employment, the pandemonium spread across the country, the falling economy and the environment of hate.
Surjewala said, "Modi's last speech of Independence Day proved to be hollow." The Prime Minister spoke on Rafael, did not talk on trade, nor did Chhattisgarh's PDS scam. The atmosphere of hatred in the country is being spread, even on that he did not say anything. China and Pakistan are showing eyes, they do not say anything on this.
He said, "Wish, Modi ji can speak the truth in his speech. Good days have not come in this country, but the country is waiting for the true day. These true days will come when Modi will go. Explain that Modi, who is addressing the nation from the ramparts of the Red Fort this time, has taken positive action against Prime Minister Jan Swasthya Abhiyan, reform of country's economy, currency scheme and clean India mission, Jammu-Kashmir, Northeast, Maoist, farmers, three divorces Anti-bill and many other issues.