Mallikarjun Kharge on PM Modi: Voting for the second phase of Gujarat assembly elections will be held on December 5 ie Monday. There is only two days left in the voting and all the political parties have given their full strength in the campaign. Meanwhile, the statements of the leaders on each other are also becoming sharp and harsh. On Friday, Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge in Ahmedabad once again took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Mallikarjun Kharge accused the Prime Minister of abusing the Congress. He said, “You (PM Modi) say that people from outside abuse us, insult me, so save me… Hey brother, you are the Prime Minister, if you do any bad work, from Kanyakumari to Kashmir, from Saurashtra People will speak till Bengal.”
‘You take two abuses but give 4 quintals’
Congress President Kharge did not stop here. He also targeted the Prime Minister for his road show held in the past. Kharge said, “Kal bhi roadshow, aaj bhi roadshow… Aapko to Delhi mein bheya hai. Hey brother, you abuse two kilos, but Congress ko 4 quintal abuses.”
‘Congress has the job of abusing me’
Let us inform that Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing a huge rally in Patan, Gujarat on Friday targeted the Congress. He said, “Congress has only two jobs, to find fault with EVMs and to abuse Modi.” The PM further said that the Congress used to say remove poverty, but we removed poverty. Congress could not build toilets in this country. He further said that our government has opened bank accounts for the poor. We worry about the poor.
Significantly, Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge had also targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi two days ago, saying that he abuses the Congress four quintals per day and attacked party leaders including Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi. He also said that if Modi remains poor even after holding the post of Chief Minister and Prime Minister for two decades, then the plight of Dalits, poor and tribal people can be imagined.
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