New Delhi, Sep 28 (IANS) Stressing that the foreign visits of Prime Minister Narendra Modi were result-oriented, union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Monday said “Modi has proved to be a milestone in making India a ‘Vishwa Guru’ (world leader)”.
Naqvi was reacting to Congress’ charges that no world leader was so “self-obsessed” as Modi and he could not see beyond “I, me and myself”. They also alleged that the prime minister was misleading the country.
He said that the foreign visits of Modi and of Rahul Gandhi were totally different.
“One is dominated by development debate while another one is discussion of discovery drama,” he said, while interacting with reporters here.
The Congress vice-president has been attending an international conference at Aspen, in the US, his official twitter handle stated on Monday.
The entire world is looking at India with a positive approach and this change is giving a sense of pride to every Indian, he said.
Naqvi took a dig at Congress saying that Congress needed to figure out whether their ‘Yuvraaj’ (prince) was doing “part-time politics” or “full-time tourism” and they should at least know “where their leader is”.
“The Congress is a unique party… has no knowledge about its own top leader, the Congress is in confusion about his visit,” the minister said.