NEW DELHI: Handling Mani Shankar Aiyar’s ‘neech’ jibe, BJP chief Amit Shah on Thursday listed several of such “indecent” remarks by Congress leaders versus Prime Minister Narendra Modi, stating it had been the “culture” of the party.He stated he
was not surprised at Aiyar’s negative remark against Modi, as it had been the culture of the Congress.
“Yamraj, Maut ka Saudagar, Ravan, Gandi Nali Ka Keeda, Monkey, Rabies Victim, Virus, Bhasmasur, Gangu Teli, Jerk. Nobody understands the number of times have Congress leaders utilized this sort of language against Modi in the past. Years have actually passed, but there has been no modification in its culture,” Shah said, in a tweet, today.
“Neither stunned nor surprised by Mani Shankar Aiyar s describing PM as Neech. This is the culture of the Congress Party. Individuals of Gujarat will punish anti-poor, anti-Dalit, anti-Tribal and anti-OBC Congress,” he stated in another tweet.Neither surprised nor
amazed by Mani Shankar Aiyar s describing PM as Neech. This is the culture of the Congress Celebration. People of Gujarat will punish anti-poor, anti-Dalit, anti-Tribal and anti-OBC Congress. Amit Shah(@AmitShah ) December 7, 2017,,,,, Amit Shah(@AmitShah) December 7, 2017 Yamraj Maut Ka Saudagar Ravan Gandi Nali Ka Keeda Monkey Rabies Victim Infection Bhasmasur Gangu Teli Goon These are some words or expressions Congress has used for PM @narendramodi in the past. Not much has actually changed. We want them well. We will continue to serve 125 crore Indians. Amit Shah(@AmitShah) December 7, 2017 This mindset of the Congress against a bad guy’s boy, a recommendation to Modi, showed its ideological bankruptcy and” Mughlai mentality”, he added.Shah associated these remarks to the”hatred”of the Congress versus the poor, in reverse, Dalits and deprived.As these sections
of the society were progressing now, the opposition party’s hatred against them had actually come out through violent language, he said.The individuals of Gujarat would teach the”anti-OBC, anti-ST and anti-poor”Congress a lesson in the approaching surveys, Shah said.The BJP represented decency, excellent worths and advancement, and it would continue to serve the 125 crore people of India, he added.Earlier in
the day, Aiyar called Modi a”neech aadmi” (repellent man), who did”filthy politics”, kicking up a row on the last day of campaigning for the very first stage of the
Gujarat Assembly surveys.(With Agency inputs)