Congress Insults Non-Gandhi’s, says PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today took on Congress Party in a scathing attack and said that the Congress insults non gandhis and said that Congress and the Nehru-Gandhi family dislike Gujarat and Gujaratis.

Addressing the BJP workers at Gaurav Mahasammelan in Gandhinagar in poll-bound Gujarat, the Prime Minister said that the Congress party never focused on service and involved in dynastic politics.

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Modi said “negative” politics was responsible for the current condition of the Congress, which once ruled all over the country and gave so many prime ministers from one family. “The Congress’s only agenda is to save one family,” he said.

He also accused the Gandhi family of insulting non-Gandhis and said: “Non-Gandhis have always been insulted in the Congress. They don’t like Gujarat and Gujaratis. When Morarji Desai became prime minister, they spread rumours about what he drank and what he didn’t. They didn’t talk about his ideals, about his dedication to Mahatma Gandhi’s cause.”

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