Congress Giving 'Contracts' to Stop Modi: BJP

Terming the AAP the B-team of the Congress, BJP vice-president Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Monday alleged that the grand old party had given contract to various outfits in order to stop Narendra Modi from becoming the PM.

Published: 11th March 2014 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th March 2014 01:07 AM   |  A+A-

Terming the AAP the B-team of the Congress, BJP vice-president Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Monday alleged that the grand old party had given contract to various outfits in order to stop Narendra Modi from becoming the PM.

“The Congress has given supari (contract) to many secular syndicates, political parties and the AAP to stop Narendra Modi from becoming the PM. However, none of them will succeed as there is a Modi wave in the country and these outfits will be blown away. The BJP-led NDA will get 300 seats in the general elections,” Naqvi claimed.

“The level of dejection in the Congress is at its peak, due to which they are giving Talibani-style statements,” Naqvi said. Responding to a query on whether by calling the AAP a party of unstable minds he was questioning the wisdom of Delhi citizens who voted for the party in the 2013 Assembly polls, Naqvi said: “The AAP, despite getting the mandate of the people, was not able to govern the state and ran away in 49 days, which showed their incompetence.”

Meanwhile, Narmada Bachao Andolan leader and AAP candidate from North-East Mumbai Medha Patkar, who was here, attacked Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan for hiding the issues of corruption. “Chouhan has never spoken against issues of corruption including the Vyapam scam. Rather,  he has supported those who have indulged in corruption. It was the AAP which raised questions against the Ambani and Adani’s corruption. Why didn’t the BJP or the Congress raise it,” she asked. 

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