As the state elections’ date is coming near, word war between different party leaders is becoming hotter. Congress supremo Rahul Gandhi made some buzz-worthy comments on Prime Minister while he was addressing a rally in Madhya Pradesh.
Rahul Gandhi was made some strong comments; he said that demonetisation was the “biggest scam in the history of independent India”. He said this while addressing to a rally in Deori in Sagar district of Madhya Pradesh.
According to a report by News agency PTI, Congress supremo said the BJP government's move to demonetise the notes proves that ‘Chowkidar’ Narendra Modi had “robbed the poor of their hard-earned money and given it away to a few rich”. He addressed the rally on Friday.
The Congress leader said that PM Modi calls himself ‘Chowkidar’, if he is a Chowkidar then people should reply to that, “Chowkidar Chor hai”.
This word War is not played by just one side. Recently PM Modi made remarks on Congress in an election rally in Chhatisgarh. He said that Congress should make a person outside of Gandhi Nehru family party president for at least five years. He said that Congress always says that a Chaiwala is Prime Minister of India only because of Nehru’s democracy. He said that he could believe in Nehru’s democracy only when an outsider of the Nehru family could become President of Congress.
Rahul Gandhi commenting about Demonetisation said that Modi made hardworking citizens of India stand in long queue for his own benefits. He said that Prime Minister claims himself to be Chowkidar of ordinary people but he is chowkidar of only some selected rich business person like Nirav Modi, Mehul Choksi, Vijay Mallya.
In addition to throwing mud at BJP, Rahul Gandhi made promises to farmers of the state. He said that once Congress is in power, they will waivers farmers’ loans.
Madhya Pradesh is facing the election at the end of November. 230 Assembly seats will be on the stake on 28th of November. According to election commision, results of state elections will be announced on 11th of December.