Sonia wielded real power as 'extra-constitutional' authority during UPA regime: PM Modi

Dismissing the Congress President's accusation that NDA government was showing "obstinate arrogance" in Parliament and that it was a government by "one person", Modi said, "Perhaps, she is referring to the fact that earlier extra constitutional authorities were the ones really wielding power".
He went on to say that power was now "wielded only by constitutional means". "If the charge is that we are working through constitutional channels and not listening to any extra constitutional authorities, then I plead guilty to that charge," PM Modi said.
The  Prime Minister spoke about the attacks on him by Sonia and Rahul Gandhi, the Land Acquisition and GST Bills, criticism of his foreign tours, "concentration" of power in PMO, reforms and a wide variety of other topics in an interview to a news agency.
Hitting back at Rahul for his "suit-boot ki sarkar" jibe, Modi said the Congress had not been able to "digest" its crushing defeat in Lok Sabha polls even after one year.

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