In a veiled dig at Congress leaders Mani Shankar Aiyar and Sam Pitroda, Modi said they were tasked by the party to take the responsibility for the poor poll show.
Modi, at the rally, also slammed Congress leader Sam Pitroda over his 'hua to hua' remarks on 1984 anti-Sikh riots, saying it reflected the Congress's arrogance.
Aiyar lost his temper at tv reporters who met him at the Punjab government guest house here and questioned him over an article he wrote, recalling a slur he directed at Modi in 2017.
Asked whether the party would take any action against Aiyar, Congress spokesperson Surjewala said an appropriate forum in the party will definitely look at it and take appropriate action.
On April 26, a woman was travelling with her husband on a motorcycle when the accused stopped them and took them to an isolated place off the road.
Saying that he has no desire to argue on his remarks against Narendra Modi, the Congress leader also termed his December 2017 comment as 'prophetic'.
Mani Shankar Aiyar said that question is not to whom the land where Babri Masjid once stood belongs, but whether Indian Muslims have a right to live in India with respect.
Pranab Mukherjee will address the Third Year Sangha Shiksha Varga, which is held annually at the RSS headquarters in Nagpur.
Aiyar stressed that ‘Kashmir’ and ‘India-directed terrorism’ are the two main issues that need to be dealt with.
Mani Shankar Aiyar secretly met Pakistan High Commissioner, says PM Narendra Modi at Gujarat poll rally
The PM also raised questions over the alleged appeal by former director general of the Pakistan Army, Sardar Arshad Rafiq, that senior Congress leader Ahmed Patel be made Gujarat chief minister.
Pointing out remarks made by other BJP leaders, Congress leader Ajoy Kumar cited objectionable remark by Tarun Vijay about south Indians and V.K. Singh equating a Dalit child with a dog in Ghaziabad.
Ready for any punishment if Congress suffers in Gujarat polls because of my comments: Mani Shankar Aiyar
Aiyar, who was suspended yesterday, said the Congress party had given him a lot and there was no future for India without the party.
Aiyar has called Prime Minister a "neech aadmi" but apologised later when Rahul Gandhi tweeted that the Congress party does not endorse such language and expected an apology.
Aiyar also said that he was an ordinary worker of Congress who hasn't even been asked to campaign in Gujarat and asked why there is such an uproar over his comment
Aiyar attacked Modi after the latter accused the Congress of seeking votes in B R Ambedkar's but trying to erase his contribution to building India.