On Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was all fired up and accused Congress of several things. One of the biggest election scams of Tughlaq road was one of them where it was said that Congress looted money from pregnant and poor women. The fact that Rahul Gandhi’s, Congress chief, home is on Tughlaq road only.
On Sunday, the income tax raid directed on Congress leader and MP’s Chief Minister Kamal Nath close aides and other states as well. In addition to this, a trail was found that alleged that the 20 crores of the total amount were transferred to "headquarters of a major political party in Delhi"
Stating this, Modi said, “Now it has got a new name, but with proofs. The Congress is indulging in a ‘Tughlaq Road Chunavi ghotala’ where money meant for poor is being usurped for their own leaders. Money meant for pregnant women is looted.”
He even said that the bail approval is the point in Congress manifesto even if they are doing a crime. “For who is this provision, is it for your leaders? In the last five years, I have brought them to the doors of jails and if you give me the next five years, they will be inside.”
He even takes a dig on Kamal Nath abide by the Income-tax raid and called him ATM for Congress party. “The situation in Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh is no different. Congress is only interested to come to power to loot people.”
He even mentioned the air strike conducted by the nations and take a jibe against Congress asking for proves. “Modi wants to remove terrorism and they want to remove Modi. There is no abuse left which the Congress has not used against your son, your chowkidar.”
PM Modi was in full swing when he slammed Congress for the party support for Jammu and Kashmir partition. “Our jawans have lost their lives there only for the security of common man. There is no state in the county from which jawans haven’t lost their lives.”
He made some noteworthy mention of a freedom fighter who did a lot of struggles including Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. He said that Nehru was only looking at the situations and it was Patel who took things under control. “Had he not been there, India would not have even got the Kashmir which it has now.”