"The allegations made by the prime minister in his blog against the Congress are unfortunate and condemnable. It is in his habit to make arbitrary interpretations to suit his political agenda, Gehlot tweeted.
Criticising the PM's remarks, Gehlot asserted that the Congress with its "wonderful history" is both the present and the future of the country.
"The same tri-colour party of Mahatma Gandhi kept the country integrated and united. Our history is about sacrifices and commitments. The people of the country know the Congress role from the independence to the formation of new India," he said.
"The country did not become Congress-free and will never be, but in his zeal, all his promises made to the countrymen were reduced to jumlas. His government did not kept his promises," said Gehlot.
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