Kurukshetra। Prime Minister Narendra Modi lashes out at opposition and accused them on abusing him. He said he constantly stopped the Congress’ corruption and that is why they abuse him “under the guise of love”.
“Congress leaders have called my names repeatedly and this is how they shower their love on me,” said the Prime Minister.
कांग्रेस के नामदार जिस तरह अपने प्रेम की डिक्शनरी दिखा रहे हैं, उस पर कोई उन पर सवाल नहीं उठा रहा है।
— BJP (@BJP4India) May 8, 2019
Addressing a massive rally in Kurukhetra, Modi targeted targeted Sonia Gandhi without taking her name. He said they call me ‘Maut ka Saudagar’, this is how they shower their love on me.
Apparently he was referring to Rahul Gandhi’s recent tweet in which he wrote ‘All my love and huge hug’ addressing Narendra Modi.
The battle is over. Your Karma awaits you. Projecting your inner beliefs about yourself onto my father won’t protect you.
All my love and a huge hug.
— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) May 5, 2019
Narendra Modi said that the BJP’s good governance agenda will defeat “negativity of the Congress”.
‘Congress coined term Hindu Terror’
Prime Minister Narendra Modi accused the Congress of coining the term “Hindu terror”. Modi said that after the Samjhauta Express blast near Panipat, the Congress put innocent people behind bars for years to cover up the falsehood of Hindu terrorism.
“But we have busted their conspiracy. I do not let the Congress and their associates do what they wish to.”
Raking up the issue of 1984 Sikh riots, he said the Congress has made one of the accused Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh.
Slamming the opposition party for promoting “dynasty politics”, Modi said “The Congress is only involved in the thoughts of one family, hence they never showed seriousness in safeguarding India’s safety and interests.”
“Since Independence, water which rightfully belonged to Indian farmers was being diverted to Pakistan and the Congress did not utter a word on it. However, the ‘chowkidar’ will now ensure that every drop reaches our farmers,” he said amidst loud cheers from the crowd.
Praising Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, who was also sharing the dais in Kurukshetra, Modi said the state has witnessed major changes in the past five years.