Agencies, New Delhi Congress today expelled Bihar party leader Sadhu Yadav, who had said Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi has better qualities to become Prime Minister than party vice- president Rahul Gandhi. Mr Yadav, estranged brother-in-law of Rashtriya Janata Dal chief Lalu Prasad, had praised head of BJP’s central election management committee Narendra Modi last week.
‘’In comparison with Rahul Gandhi, I strongly believe that Narendra Modi has much better qualities to become Prime Minister of our country,’’ Mr Yadav said while talking to the media after meeting Mr Modi at his Gandhinagar residence. ‘’Narendra Modi is a powerful leader and today our country needs a powerful leader like Modi as Prime Minister. If you compare Modi with Rahul Gandhi, I think Modiji is much better because he will come to your help immediately when you ask whereas you have to wait for three years for the appointment of Rahul Gandhi,’ Mr Yadav had said. Mr Yadav had contested the 2009 Lok Sabha elections on a Congress ticket.