Addressing presspersons after a meeting with block Congress presidents, district presidents and office-bearers, KPCC president G. Parameshwara said all leaders, including the Chief Minister, will have to take the responsibility of their constituencies.
For BJP, it marked an opening to get even with the Congress leader who mocked PM Narendra Modi's decision to wear a suit embroidered with his name during the visit of then USA president Barack Obama. She added that later that suit was auctioned for crores.
He had attended the concert in Shillong yesterday, apparently to reach out to the young voters.
Gandhi is here to campaign for his party for the February 27 assembly election in Meghalaya, where the Congress is in power for the last 15 years.
"The fact of the matter is that he (PM Modi) is still a suit-boot person". You will see him with others. Instead of singing away our woes, you could have given a report card of your inefficient govt in Meghalaya!
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The jacket is a two-in-one down puffer jacket from Burberry - a British luxury fashion brand.
"I am very sad to hear that the BJP offered money to our churches in what I consider to be a huge sum to the people of Meghalaya and the churches", Gandhi said, who travelled 60 Km to Jowai, the district headquarters of Jaiñtia Hills.
Attacking Modi, Chowdhury said,"Those who wove (their) own name on suit, do they have any morale authority to question Rahul Gandhi's jacket?" You will see him with others. They have actually got the people searching online for the rate.
Meanwhile, slamming the BJP, Chowdhury said that the saffron party was "frustrated" due to Rahul's "rising popularity". "If they (BJP) form the government here (in Meghalaya) and continue to capture institutions, then your culture, your religion and your way of life will be under pressure", he said.
Chief Minister Mukul Sangma, State Congress President Celestine Lyngdoh, besides Congress Lok Sabha member Vincent H.Pala and others accompanied their party leader.