Home Political History of India Your chowkidar is not going to budge because of abuses by those who are out on bail: PM Modi in Solan

Your chowkidar is not going to budge because of abuses by those who are out on bail: PM Modi in Solan

PM Modi said that people out on bail are searching new words from dictionary to abuse him

While addressing a public rally in Salon, Himachal Pradesh, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a veiled attack at the remarks made Indian Overseas Congress Chairman SamPitroda’s insensitive remarks about the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.

Attacking the Congress Party, Modi said that they ask for votes in the name of their ancestors but fail to answer when questioned about the misdeeds of their ancestors. Making a reference to Congress Presiden Rahul Gandhi and his mother Sonia Gandhi who are out on bail in National Herald case, Modi said that those who themselves are out on bail abuse him.

He said that such people are picking new words from their dictionary to abuse him but he would not budge due to their abuses because he had eaten the mushroom of Solan.

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Solan is called the ‘Mushroom City of India’ and it also has the Directorate of Mushroom Research (DMR) located in it. The DMR was set up as the National Centre for Mushroom Research and Training (NCMRT) in 1983 during the 6th Five Year Plan under the aegis of Indian Council of Agricultural Research. It was upgraded to the DMR in 2008.

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