New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has described the opposition’s abuses as a source of his nutrition and took dig at Congress leader Madhusudan Mistry’s statement.
At Monday’s rally in Surendranagar in Gujarat, Modi said, “I am a servant of the people, I have no Aukaat (status).” In response to Congress leader Madhusudan Mistry’s recent statement that PM Modi will see his aukaat in this elections.
Addressing the public the PM said, “Congress say that they will me my ‘aukat’. They called me with many names. I am not royalty like them, I am a servant and I have no status.”
Modi said, “You called me neech, low caste, a worm of the dirty drain. You are talking about telling my aukat, we have no status. Please talk about the issue of development in Gujarat under BJP rule.”
Prime Minister Modi said that those who have been thrown out of power want to return through travel. Reiterating the Narmada project for the second consecutive day, he said, “Congress leaders have been seen walking with their hands on the shoulder of a woman who stalled the Narmada dam project for three decades. This election is an election to defeat those opposing the Narmada project.”