PM at Dausa on Wednesday
PM at Dausa on Wednesday

'Naamdar' is born with a golden spoon in his mouth: PM Modi

ANI | Updated: Dec 05, 2018 22:00 IST

Dausa (Rajasthan) [India], Dec 5 (ANI): With just a day left before Rajasthan goes to assembly polls, Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a scathing attack on Congress president Rahul Gandhi here said that he was born with a "golden spoon in his mouth" and thus he will never understand the essence of 'Bharat Mata ki jai'.
Prime Minister Modi, giving a different touch to a campaign, began the Dausa rally by playing a traditional drum. He said, "Naamdaar issues a fatwa saying that I should not say Bharat Mata ki jai. When we say it we remember our soldiers who are guarding our borders, the soldiers who are in Siachen braving minus 40 degree Celsius temperature. Chanting Bharat Mata ki jai fills us with an intense passion but Naamdar is born with golden spoon in his mouth and will never understand it," said Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
He accused the Congress president of being a "confused" person who doesn't know what he is doing and for what purpose. "The Congress president is a confused man. He always remains in confusion and he doesn't even know in which state he is working in the elections and for whom," said the Prime Minister.
"He failed to differentiate between his leader Kumbha Ram and Kumbhakaran of Ramayan as he referred him as Kumbhakaran. How will he take decisions? The people of Rajasthan cannot hand over their state in hands of such confused leadership," said Prime Minister Modi.
Congress party doesn't have strong leadership, no vision and no will, he said adding, "It is really unfortunate that Mahatama Gandhi want self-dependence based on Khadi but this fake Gandhi family erased the existence of that Khadi. Did you ever hear any Congress government say anything about Khadi?"
"Today, Khadi jacket has become popular; people call it Modi jacket and they (Congress) don't like it. They say how did Khadi of Gandhi become Modi jacket?" he added.
The state will go for polls on December 7, while the counting will take place on December 11. (ANI)

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