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On Tuesday, AAP said that instead of “wasting” time to talk about Prime Minister Narendra Modi and senior Congress leader Sonia Gandhi, issues concerning the people of the country needs to be discussed.

Responding to PM Modi’s interview, a senior Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader and Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh said that the NDA government at the centre is in its last days and the words of an “outgoing” PM will have no effect on it.

PM Modi’s interview was broadcasted on several Television channels, he talked about a host of issues, which includes the Surgical strikes, personal attacks, and Ram Temple construction issue on him by the opposition Congress.

Reacting to PM Modi’s Television interview, PM Modi said that “it is need of the hour today to discuss issues that concern people of the country rather than wasting time on Narendra Modi and Sonia Gandhi.”

Farmers are influenced to throw vegetables and milk on the road, women felt insecure and the young generations are disenchanted and still, as PM Modi fails to fulfill all his promises, added Mr. Singh.

Mr. Singh further said, “Modi will have to explain what happened to his promises to the people. Not even a single penny of black money came back after demonetization although over 100 people died due to it.”

Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh said that if the PM felt that the people should for the judgment of the Supreme Court over the Ram Temple construction issue then why BJP was creating “animosity” in the nation in its name.

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