"Chun Chun Ke Saaf Kar Do...": PM Modi urges citizens to wipe out Rahul Gandhi after his remarks

NewsBharati    02-Apr-2024 17:05:38 PM
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Rudrapur, April 2: Hitting out at Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has urged the citiznes of India to wipe out Congress ahead of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

Questioning if this is a "language of democracy", he asked the people if they would "punish such people". "Chun chun ke saaf kar do, is bar inko maidan mein mat rehne do (pick them one by one and remove them from the arena)," he said.
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"People who have been in power for 60 years in the country are talking about setting the country on fire after having remained without power for just a period of 10 years,” he added. Further, he said the Congress, with its "Emergency mindset", no longer believes in democracy. "That's why they are busy instigating people against the mandate," the Prime Minister said.

Earlier, Rahul Gandhi during the joint Opposition rally in Delhi's Ramlila Maidan on Sunday, had accused the BJP and the Prime Minister of "fixing" the upcoming Lok Sabha election. "Without EVMs, match-fixing, social media, and pressuring the press, they cannot win more than 180 seats," he had said.

"If the BJP wins these fixed election and then changes the Constitution, the whole country will be on fire. Mark my words, this country won't survive," he said.

Addressing the Rudrapur rally, the Prime Minister said there are two camps facing off in the upcoming polls. "On one side, we are bringing honesty and transparency to the people. On the other, the corrupt and dynasts have ganged up. These corrupt people are abusing and threatening Modi. We are saying, 'remove corruption', they are saying, 'save the corrupt'," he said.

The remarks come amid a united Opposition charge at the BJP-led Centre over the arrest of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in a money laundering case in connection with excise policy scam.