Gandhi said Modi "wrote "Exam Warriors", a book to teach students how to relief stress during exams".
As the political war over the leak of CBSE Board examination question papers intensified, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, asking if he was writing the second part of his book, Exam Warriors, on how to deal with stress once lives are "destroyed" by paper leaks.
The government has come under fire over the handling of the CBSE exam leaks. The Congress always protected our institutions.
Rahul Gandhi had compared PM Modi with Nirav Modi and Lalit Modi, both accused of fleeing the country after massive fraud, while addressing the three-day Congress national conclave in Delhi which began from March 16. This is what happens when institutions are destroyed by the RSS/BJP. Published by Penguin Random House, the book was released on February 3 by Union ministers Sushma Swaraj and Prakash Javadekar.More news: Chinese space station to crash to Earth at Easter Sunday
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Congress president has been regularly attacking the Narendra Modi government over various issues like 39 Indians' murder in Iraq, CBSE papers leak, GST, notes ban and India-China standoff over Doklam etc. "For India's sake, I hope you were wrong and our 56-inch strongman has a plan".
"Besides, we have also constituted an internal inquiry to find out who leaked the papers", the Minister told the reporters before he was charged with another volley of questions.
Taking to microblogging site Twitter, the Gandhi scion referred to other leak instances in the recent past - Data leak, Aadhaar data leak, SSC exam paper leak and Election Date leak.