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Rahul Gandhi tries to rate the Modi government, gets rated himself

With the Modi government completing four years in power, various entities like the media, politically aware citizens, politicians and opinionated individuals have looked back upon the performance of the Narendra Modi led central government.

In some ways, the government has already got a vote of confidence from the populace, with Times group’s survey finding 71% of the respondents willing to vote for PM Modi again if general elections were to be held now, and 73.3% of the respondents stating that 2019 will again see a Modi led government.

Congress president Rahul Gandhi too decided to jump into the 4-year anniversary fray, and put out a tweet rating the Modi government’s performance:

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Rahul via his tweet gave an F rating to the Modi government for its performance in sectors like agriculture, foreign policy, and proceeded to launch a sly attack on the PM. This episode though didn’t go according to plan for the Congress as Twitter users noticed the rating exercise and in turn decided to rate Rahul and his party.

Some reminded the dismal rating his party has managed in the recent assembly elections:

One gave a holistic rating of Congress’ performance since independence:

One user gave an interesting spin to Rahul’s argument:

Following this, it remains to be seen whether Rahul would come up with another such rating for the opposition in the Lok Sabha or what’s left of it.

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