The war of words between the oppositions is on the peak, witnessing the 2019 elections arrival. Opposition Congress leaves no chance to take a dig at the ruling party, BJP. Congress Supremo Rahul Gandhi hit out at BJP chief Amit Shah on Saturday remarking the parties with animals, stating the oppositions 'disrespectful statement' showcased his 'mentality' tearing into the Narendra Modi government, alleging a collapse.
Rahul Gandhi said Mr Shah and the BJP-RSS reflected that there were only two 'non-animals' in the country. They asserted that Dalits, tribals, minorities and even his own party leaders are 'worthless'.
The Congress chief attack on PM Modi saying, "there is a basic loss of control and you can see that...you can see that in Modi's demeanour, you can see it in his expression, you can see it in his speeches."
Rahul attacked the PM Modi-led BJP government and alleged there was a breakdown in government due to the ruling party's mismanagement, demonetisation and implosion of the financial system.
Nirav Modi is an example, Vijay Mallya, Lalit Modi, Piyush Goyal.... they are all examples," Mr Gandhi said.
"Calling the entire opposition animals...see according to Amit Shah and the basic vision of the BJP RSS - there are only two non-animals in this country. There is Mr Narendra Modi and there is Mr Amit Shah," Mr Gandhi told reporters.
"Everybody else as far as they are concerned are animals. That's fine, that is the way they look at the world. It is a disrespectful statement, but we don't take what Mr Amit Shah says with too much seriousness," Mr Gandhi said.