'Notebooks cannot have Modi's photo beside Vivekananda'

Congress party today criticized printing the photo of Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi along with the photograph of Swami Vivekananda on the cover page of notebooks.

hidden June 29, 2012 07:44:19 IST
'Notebooks cannot have Modi's photo beside Vivekananda'

Vadodara: City unit of the Congress party today criticized printing the photo of Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi along with the photograph of Swami Vivekananda on the cover page of notebooks.

Notebooks cannot have Modis photo beside Vivekananda

PTI

The notebooks were distributed to the children of primary schools during school enrollment drive launched here today.

Speaking to reporters, city Congress president Narendra Ravat said the distribution of these notebooks should be stopped immediately.

"How can you compare Modi with Swami Vivekananda," he asked referring to their pictures printed side-by side.

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