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Modi says Cong misleading Muslims, slams party leader for barb on parents

DECCAN CHRONICLE / ANI
Published Dec 9, 2017, 1:46 pm IST
Updated Dec 9, 2017, 2:00 pm IST
Modi also attacked Salman Nizami, a Youth Cong leader, over his tweet where he questioned the family background of the PM.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi was addressing an election rally in Gujarat's Lunavada. (Photo: ANI)
 Prime Minister Narendra Modi was addressing an election rally in Gujarat's Lunavada. (Photo: ANI)

Lunavada (Gujarat): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday accused the Congress of misleading the Muslims of the country by giving them 'fake' promise of reservation while addressing an election rally in Gujarat's Lunavada.

"In every part of the nation, the Congress has misled the Muslim community. They have made fake promises of reservations for Muslims but in no state have they fulfilled their promise," Modi said.

 

Modi also attacked Salman Nizami, a Youth Congress leader, over his tweet where he questioned the family background of the prime minister.

Prime Minister Modi said, "I want to tell all Congress leaders who are abusing me, mocking my poor family, asking who my parents are. This nation is my everything. Every moment of my time is devoted to India and 125 crore Indians,"

"There is a youth Congress leader Salman Nizami. He is even campaigning for Congress in Gujarat. He wrote on Twitter about Rahul Ji's father, grandmother. That is ok but he asks - Modi tell me who is your Mother, who is your father. Such language can't even be used for enemies," he added.

 

Nizami had questioned the prime minister's background, saying: "Rahul Gandhi, son of Rajiv Gandhi. Sacrificed his life for India. Rahul Gandhi, grandson of Indira Gandhi. Sacrificed her life for India. Rahul Gandhi, grand son of Jawaharlal Nehru, fought for India's independence. Narendra Modi, son of ...? Grand son of ...?"

(Photo: Twitter)(Photo: Twitter)

As the voting for the first phase of Gujarat assembly polls took-off this morning, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has been canvassing for the public's mandate by berating every attack made by the Congress Party, especially over Prime Minister Modi's humble beginning.

 

BJP leader and spokesperson Sambit Patra also said Prime Minister Modi was the son of India, and that the Congress Party was trying to insult the son of the soil.

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Location: India, Gujarat




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