Published: Mon, December 04, 2017
Global Media | By Garry Long

PM Modi address seven rallies in Gujarat, three rallies today

PM Modi address seven rallies in Gujarat, three rallies today

He also hit out at the Congress over the upcoming election of its president, alleging that the opposition party has a history of rigging (organisational) elections.

Earlier in the day, PM Modi said those opposing the bullet train project should travel on bullock carts. "That is equivalent to three times the area of earth". And Shehzad is a senior Congress leader in Maharashtra. "An election is going on in the Congress Party for its president". "They keep on muttering words like tolerance, tolerance, tolerance". The party has gagged him from all WhatsApp groups.

Continuing his criticism of the grand old party, Poonawalla alleged that the organisation did not value merit as much as family relations or a 'sycophant of the dynasty.' He also claimed that if the Congress got rid of dynasty politics, there would be a 30 percent surge in the number of seats won by them.

Prime Minister Modi further dubbed the discord thus exposed within the Congress Party as indicative of its ineffectuality to govern a nation.

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Modi said demonetisation, the November 2016 decision to recall high-value bank notes, brought Congress leaders to tears since "they lost all money looted from poor". The PM went on to say how during the Congress rule, celebrating festivals comes with the apprehension of violence.

"Those who don't know what is to be done with potato. how will they know what to do with bamboo?" he asked.

He added: "Those who have no internal democracy can't work for people". I want to tell youngster Shehzad (Poonawalla) that he has done a fearless thing but this is sadly what has always happened in the Congress... Congress communications chief Randeep Surjewala raked up the names of the BJP's former top leaders like Lal Krishna Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi, Sanjay Joshi, Keshubhai Patel and Anandiben Patel, and that they were the "victims" of Mr Modi and BJP president Amit Shah's "internal democracy".

"Raising an issue nobody in my party - the Congress will have guts to raise- my conscience will not allow me to stay quiet anymore on Dynasty/ sycophancy", he tweeted.

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