Taking a jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for bowing down on his knees to the people at Abu Road in Rajasthan, state Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said on Saturday that Modi wants to appear more humble than him.
Taking a jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for bowing down on his knees to the people at Abu Road in Rajasthan, state Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said on Saturday that Modi wants to appear more humble than him. Gehlot said that instead of doing salutations like this, Prime Minister Modi should give the message of brotherhood and love to the countrymen. Along with this, Gehlot said that the Congress is still in a position to give a strong opposition in the country.
The Prime Minister came to Abu Road late on Friday night and addressed the people present there without a mic and bowed his knees thrice. When asked about this, Gehlot told reporters in Bikaner, “They know that the image of Ashok Gehlot is that of a very humble person in Rajasthan… of simple, straightforward, which has been my image since childhood. So how will Modi ji counter this… He wants to look more humble than me.’
Gehlot said that Prime Minister Modi should be humble but give the message of brotherhood, love and love to the countrymen and say that I will not tolerate violence at any cost in the country. Gehlot said, ‘He is not giving this message, he is not following my advice. And what do you want to tell by worshiping three times? We know that you are the Prime Minister of the country, you are respected. Had he made this appeal tomorrow, I would have telephoned him and congratulated him, Prime Minister, you have done very well. But he only worshiped. Why did you worship? Just to say that Ashok Gehlot is humble, so am I.
The Chief Minister said, “The BJP and its allies have been shaken by Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra and they have no point left to criticize it.” Referring to the Yatra reaching Karnataka, Gehlot said, “India If two and a half lakh people are gathering in the Jodo Yatra, then what will we call it, the whole BJP and its allies are shaken, they are getting restless, they attacked Rahul Gandhi four to five days ago at the beginning of the Yatra, now they have no one. There is no issue, whether to attack and whether to put it on social media. His condition is happening like this.”
Gehlot said that the BJP people had damaged the image of Rahul Gandhi by using social media and now the truth has come out. That is why all those powers in the country are very happy with Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra, who wanted that the country should not be ruled by dictatorship, there should be no one party rule and the opposition should be strong. Referring to the election of the Congress President, Gehlot said, “Here our elections are going on here is the Congress party.
These elections are also a message in themselves to the country. No one knows when (in BJP) Rajnath Singh, when Amit Shah and when (JP) Nadda became president, but now elections are being held democratically in Congress. These elections have also given a message to the entire countrymen. Gehlot said, “Congress is in a position to stand as a strong opposition even today. This atmosphere has been created which will continue to grow.” Gehlot on Saturday observed the district level Rajiv Gandhi Rural Olympic sports events in Bikaner, Hanumangarh, Sriganganagar and addressed the people.
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