Prime Minister Narendra Modi rebuked Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge for calling him Ravana . Modi said that there is a division among Congress officials over who will use the most insulting terms for him .
Panchmahal (Gujarat) (India), December 1: Prime Minister Narendra Modi rebuked Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge for calling him Ravana on Thursday, saying that there is a division among Congress officials over who will use the most insulting terms for him.He will say what he has been told to say.The Congress party does not know that this is the Gujarat of Ram Bhakts, but it was asked to describe me as a Ravan with 100 heads in the Land of Rambhakts, and then taken Ravan from Ramayan to abuse him, as we know.We also know that Congress does not recognize Lord Ram's existence and does not believe in Ayodhyas Ram Mandir.Ravan from Ramayan has been brought to speak insults about me by this Congress group, he said.The Prime Minister said he was shocked to see that none of the Congress leaders ever expressed regret or ridicule over him.I'm surprised that no one in the Congress party, or its officials, have ever regretted saying such bad things.According to PM Modi, they believe it is their right to defame Modi and the Prime Minister of this country. They would never have reached this height if they believed in democracy.They believe in one family, not the other.They can do anything to please one family and this family is all they want, not democracy, said Prime Minister Mallikarjun Kharge of the Congress.We need to teach them a lesson, and the better it throws dirt on me, the more the lotus will bloom, he said.He (Modi) is only referring to himself in all of these campaigns. How many times do we need to see your face How many forms do you have?And, while it's December 5, the second phase of the Gujarat Assembly election begins today.From Thursday, the voter turnout was estimated to be 34.48 percent, with a drop of 1.4 percent.The state has been a BJP stronghold for a long time, and the group has set its sights on returning to power for the seventh term.