The Environment and Forest Minister also took a jibe at the Congress, saying that the party had celebrated by beating drums when its leaders got bail in the National Herald case, 'which even criminals get'.
"It was trying to stall development by blocking legislations in the Rajya Sabha even as bill after bill had been passed by Lok Sabha where representatives are directly chosen by the people,” he said.
"The Lok Sabha, which people elected is working but the Congressmen in Rajya Sabha, by creating ruckus, are not letting it function. This is real anti-progress face of the Congress," Javadekar said.
Addressing a rally here, the minister said that people should be told about the 'sins' of the Congress as the party thinks it can block the progress of the nation by virtue of its numbers in Rajya Sabha. He said questions should be asked of the Congress about its 'anti-progress' stance.
This 'bullying' by the Congress, he said, will not last long as in the coming years BJP will win more seats in the Upper House.

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