Prime Minister Narendra Modi taunted his political rival and Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi during an address earlier Thursday at the Banaras Hindu University in his parliamentary constituency of Varanasi.
“They have a young leader. He is learning to speak. From the time he has learnt to speak, there is no end to my joy,” said PM Modi in a reference to Gandhi.
"If he had not spoken, this country would have had to bear a huge earthquake, but it is good he has started to speak because now we know there is no chance of an earthquake," the prime minister added in a sort of response to Gandhi's 'earthquake' warning if he spoke on demonetisation.
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