Rajasthan: Congress MLA hurls filthy abuses at PM Modi at a public rally

Recently, Congress leaders Raj Babbar and CP Joshi had attacked the PM with derogatory remarks and casteist slurs.

As per a report on Republic, Congress Congress MLA Mahendra Jeet Singh Malviya has abused Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the filthiest of language. The abuse was hurled when the Congress politician was speaking at a public rally on Sunday.

Malviya said, “Har Har Modi, Ghar Ghar Modi, Har Har Modi, Ghar Ghar Modi” and then followed it with an extremely vulgar abuse. He added, “Where did all these slogans go? We have been hit badly in the five years. People have suffered in the last five years. Now it is time for the people to punish them.”

BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra has called it ‘appalling’ and demanded strict action against such language by the Congress party. He stated, “It’s quite a sorry state of affair, the kind of abusive language, that too from top leaders who are using it against PM Modi and his family. It is appalling.” Patra also questioned Congress President Rahul Gandhi’s ‘love politics’ and asked if this is how Congress representatives practice it.

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Malviya is only the latest Congress politician to hurl abuses at Prime Minister Modi. Recently, Uttar Pradesh Congress Chief Raj Babbar used the devaluing rupee to mock the mother of Modi. Babbar had said, “He (Modi) used to say that the Indian rupee has fallen so much against the Dollar that it was nearing the age of the then prime minister (Manmohan Singh). Today, the rupee’s valuation has dropped so low, that it is inching closer to your beloved mother’s age”.

Earlier, senior Congress leader C.P. Joshi had hurled casteist slurs at Narendra Modi. In a video that went viral, Joshi could be heard saying that only Brahmins had the right and knowledge to speak about Hinduism. And since Prime Minister Modi belongs to a caste in the OBC category, he cannot talk about Hinduism Joshi had said.

These recent abuses aren’t the only occasions when Prime Minister Modi has been abused by Congress leaders. Prior to Assembly elections in Gujarat, Mani Shankar Aiyer had called him ‘Neech’. Sonia Gandhi during her tenure as President of the Congress party had once called Modi ‘Maut ka Saudagar’.

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