Jaipur: Congress chief Ashok Gehlot on Wednesday claimed Prime Minister Narendra Modi lowered the dignity of his publish by calling Rahul Gandhi ‘moorkhon ke sardar’ (the chief of silly folks). He mentioned the Prime Minister’s jibe on the Congress stalwart was “very unlucky”.
“It is rather unlucky. The Prime Minister’s publish holds dignity…The extra it’s criticised, the much less it’s. If a person holds a place of dignity however says issues like this, what are you able to count on from him?” Gehlot mentioned.
Shiv Sena (UBT) chief Sanjay Raut mentioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi is afraid of Rahul Gandhi because the latter will develop into the prime minister of the nation in 2024.
“Rahul Gandhi is now in style throughout the nation and the BJP goes to lose the Meeting elections in 5 states (Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Telangana and Mizoram). He (PM Modi) is aware of that he (Rahul Gandhi) would be the PM in 2024 and that’s the reason he’s afraid,” he added.
On Tuesday, PM Modi referred to as Gandhi the chief of silly folks over the latter’s comment that Indians principally use China-made cellphones.
“Yesterday, a Congress’s smart man was saying that the folks of the nation solely have made in China cell. Arre ‘moorkhon ke sardar’, which world do you reside in? Congress leaders are stricken with the psychological illness of ignoring India’s achievements. I ponder what overseas glasses they’ve worn that they don’t seem to be capable of see in India,” he mentioned with out immediately naming Gandhi.
He additionally claimed India was the second largest producer of cellphones on this planet.
What Rahul Gandhi had mentioned
In an election rally on Monday, Gandhi claimed that his get together wished to make India a producing large.
“You see behind your cell phone’s again, your shirt, your sneakers — you can see ‘Made in China’ written there. Have you ever seen behind the digital camera and shirts ‘made in Madhya Pradesh’ tags? That is what we wish to do,” he mentioned.
On Tuesday, in a rally in Madhya Pradesh, Gandhi claimed PM Modi and residential minister Amit Shah stole the federal government in Madhya Pradesh.
Madhya Pradesh will go to polls on November 17. The counting of votes will happen on December 3.
With inputs from ANI, PTI