CAG report on Gujarat exposes Modi's tall claims: CPI

New Delhi, Oct 05 (ANI): Reacting to CAG report that has stated that every third child in Gujarat is underweight, CPI leader Gurudas Dasgupta on Saturday said that if Gujarat Chief minister Narendra Modi is unable to take care of malnutrition in his state then how he will solve poverty issues of the country if he becomes the Prime Minister. Speaking to mediapersons in New Delhi, he also said that the report exposes Modi's tall claims. Oct 5, 2013

Gujarat CAG Report: Narendra Modi should take care of Gujarat first and then think about country, sa

New Delhi, Oct 05 (ANI): Talking about the CAG report on Gujarat which speaks of malnourished and underweight children in the State, Samajwadi Party leader Naresh Agarwal said that Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi should take care of Gujarat first and then think about the country. The CAG report came even when Modi is giving examples of and iis bragging about the Gujarat model of development in the country. Talking about BJP's search for an ally, Agarwal said that it is very evident from this only that when a party is searching for an ally instead of getting an ally, how strong or weak it might be. Agarwal also rubbished the 'Modi affect' and said that there is no Modi factor for public as such. Oct 5, 2013

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