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From sewage worm, Gangu Teli to mad dog and rabies stricken monkey: PM Modi recounts the abuses hurled at him by Congress

Listing down all the abuses hurled at him, Modi said that the opposition leaders are exposing their dictionary of love and yet no one is questioning them. He added that Congress leaders have shredded decency to bits in their attempts to hurt him with abusive words.

Prime Minister Modi, while addressing an election rally in Kurukshetra, Haryana, recalled the abuses hurled at him by the various opposition leaders. He said that such abuses are hurled at him by the Congress Party and its allies because he stopped corruption and also exposed their nepotism.

The Prime Minister recounted all sorts of derogatory terms that have been used by the opposition leaders against him like sewage worm, Gangu Teli, Mad dog, Bhasmasur, Virus and even Dawood Ibrahim.


Reciting the list of abuses he said that he had also been compared with Hitler, called a worthless son, rabies stricken monkey, mouse, and Lahu (Blood) Purush. He said that Congress even called him Ravana, Scorpion, filthy man, and also one who does the farming of poison.


The list did not end there and the Prime Minister counted more abuses including the infamous ‘trader of death‘ jibe by former Congress Sonia Gandhi, mentally ill, lowlife, and a comment by a Congress leader questioning who his father was.


Listing down all the abuses, Modi said that the opposition leaders are exposing their dictionary of love and yet no one is questioning them.


Modi said that despite such attacks by the opposition he was still serving the country with all his strength and that Haryana is a witness to it.

 

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