Rahul Gandhi Maligning Entire Community By Calling Me Thief, Says PM Modi

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Addressing a ballot rally, PM Modi additionally slammed the “dynastic politics” of Sharad Pawar and claimed the NCP chief had “fled” the ballot area from Madha Lok Sabha constituency as he sensed defeat.

Putting a brand new spin on Rahul Gandhi’s “why are all Modis thieves” comment, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Wednesday mentioned the Congress president, by making the jibe, had maligned the backward neighborhood he hails from.

Addressing a ballot rally, PM Modi additionally slammed the “dynastic politics” of Sharad Pawar and claimed the NCP chief had “fled” the ballot area from Madha Lok Sabha constituency as he sensed defeat.

Putting a brand new spin on Rahul Gandhi’s “why are all Modis thieves” comment, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Wednesday mentioned the Congress president, by making the jibe, had maligned the backward neighborhood he hails from.

“I’ve a query. Why all of the thieves have PM Modi of their names whether or not be it Nirav Modi, Lalit Modi and Narendra Modi? We do not know what number of extra such Modi’s will come out,” Mr Gandhi had mentioned not too long ago.

“The Congress and its allies say that each one PM Modi’s within the society are thieves. The Congress and its allies haven’t saved any shortcomings in abusing of my backward caste. This time they’ve crossed the boundaries and abused all the backward society,” Modi mentioned.

Slamming Mr Gandhi, PM Modi mentioned, “The ”naamdar” (dynast) first tried ”chowkidar chor hai” (slogan). Now they’re making an attempt to defame a backward neighborhood (Modi neighborhood). Being from a backward neighborhood, I’m used to the struggling.”

“The Congress has been defaming me for a number of years over my backward neighborhood background,” PM Modi mentioned. “I’m used to such bashing. Now, they’re blaming all the neighborhood whereas defaming me. If you dare to defame a neighborhood, I can’t tolerate it,” he mentioned. 

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“Why label complete backward neighborhood thieves by calling me one,” he added. 

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