Prime Minister has not yet been able to muster the courage to accept the invitation for a debate with Rahul Gandhi: Jairam

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Justice (retd) Madan B Lokur, Justice (retd) Ajit P Shah and N Ram had last week written to former Congress president Gandhi and the Prime Minister, inviting them on a platform for debate on key issues of the Lok Sabha elections. Ramesh said in a post on ‘X’, “A day has passed since Rahul Gandhi wrote a letter accepting the invitation for debate with the Prime Minister.

New Delhi. Congress general secretary Jairam Ramesh on Sunday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi has not yet “mustered the courage” to accept the invitation for a debate with Rahul Gandhi. Justice (retd) Madan B Lokur, Justice (retd) Ajit P Shah and Last week, N Ram had written a letter to former Congress president Gandhi and the Prime Minister, inviting them on a platform for debate on key issues of the Lok Sabha elections. Ramesh said in a post on ‘X’, “A day has passed since Rahul Gandhi wrote a letter accepting the invitation for debate with the Prime Minister. The so-called 56-inch chest has not yet mustered the courage to accept the invitation.

Ramesh also described the interviews being given by the Prime Minister as ‘sponsored’. Gandhi on Saturday accepted the invitation for a debate with Modi and also said the country hoped the prime minister would participate in it. Describing Modi as the “outgoing Prime Minister”, Ramesh also alleged that the interviews being given by him to newspapers and TV channels were “planned”. Ramesh said, “The interviews given by the outgoing Prime Minister to newspapers and TV channels are a complete lie which our country is facing these days. Every smallest detail is organized and managed by the Prime Minister. There is nothing natural or spontaneous in his interviews except his lies and histrionics.

“There is no real debate and no attempt by the news anchor to engage him in the conversation,” Ramesh said. The script of all this is already decided. There has been no other political leader in India, present or past, who has treated the media in this manner.

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