Watch: Congress president Rahul Gandhi mimicking PM Modi at a elections rally in Madhya Pradesh is hilarious!
As the election is closing in, political attacks are getting intensified. Congress president Rahul Gandhi is devising new ways to attack Prime Minister Narendra Modi. On Tuesday at a election rally in Madhya Pradesh, Gandhi was mimicking PM Modi in order to attack him at a rally in Madhya Pradesh’s Morena.
Saying in the way PM Modi speaks, Gandhi said “Narendra Modi becomes the PM and asks people not to call the prime minister but instead, call him 'chowkidar' (watchman)".
Mimicking him, he said “The chowkidar calls you people 'mitron' (friends) but calls Nirav Modi, Mehul Choksi, (businessmen wanted in the 11,000 crore PNB scam) and Anil Ambani 'bhai' (brother)". He was taking a dig at Modi who called himself ‘chowkidar’.
In the election campaign, Gandhi accused Modi of helping their industrialist friends like Mukesh Ambani, Nirav Modi and Gautam Adani.
He said “Two years ago, Modi had imposed demonetization and made the entire country stand in queues. Did we see a Vijay Mallya or Nirav Modi or Anil Ambani in those queues? Modi helped them convert their black money into white”.
He also said that Modi does not care about poor, farmers and common people.