“Is winning an election so essential that such allegations can be made versus a previous Prime Minister and a former Vice President,” Mr Chidambaram asked in a tweet.The previous Financing Minister likewise stated the BJP’s campaign in Gujarat in the last couple of days, particularly on Sunday, had gone “beyond bizarre”. “Should a political celebration go to any length to win an election?” he wrote.
The Congress reacted to the Prime Minister’s accusations by stating his accusations are “highly reckless and outrageous” as well as required an apology.Pakistan’s foreign workplace reacted to the claims too, stating”< a href=https://www.ndtv.com/india-news/gujarat-assembly-elections-2017-dont-need-advice-says-centre-as-pak-says-keep-us-out-1786293 > India should stop dragging Pakistan into its electoral dispute and win victories on own strength rather than produced conspiracies, which are utterly unwarranted and irresponsible.”Rahul Gandhi, at an election rally today,< a href=https://www.ndtv.com/india-news/gujarat-assembly-election-2017-pakistan-interfering-in-gujarat-polls-says-pm-narendra-modi-cites-con-1786167 > countered at the Prime Minister, and asked him to concentrate on Gujarat. He stated”Modi- ji is speaking about Japan, Pakistan, Afghanistan. Modi-ji, this is Gujarat elections, talk a little bit about Gujarat too. “”Fearing impending defeat in Gujarat, desperation of Prime Minister to toss every abuse and lock on to every straw is palpable,”Dr Singh said in an unusually sharp and combative takedown of the Prime Minister.