Congress Calls Modi a 'Dictator' Over Shivering' Remark

Published: 15th April 2014 04:24 PM  |   Last Updated: 15th April 2014 04:24 PM   |  A+A-


"Har har Modi should be dar dar Modi," Congress today said as it mocked at the BJP's PM candidate's statement that the ruling party was "shivering" at the prospect of his coming to power and called him a "dictator".

Congress spokesman Abhishek Singhvi also took a dig at BJP's firebrand leader Uma Bharti who said that Robert Vadra, son-law of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, would go to jail if BJP comes to power after the elections.

"Har har Modi (Hail Modi) should be dar dar Modi (Fear Modi) and everybody should shiver," he said referring to the slogan by Modi supporters .

Singhvi called Narendra Modi a "dictator" for his warning that Congress leaders have to pay for their "misdeeds" after May 16.

"Because a new dictator has come into town. For this dictator of Uma Bharti, there is no law, there is no court, there is no prosecution, there is no legal process, there is no appeal.

"He will come, he will be the master and he will put everybody in jail," Singhvi said.

Addressing a rally at Lacchmangarh in Rajasthan yesterday, Modi had said that it was common for different parties to make alliance to unseat the ruling party but parties were now coming together to stop him from coming to power.

"Do you know why? Congress is shivering. They know where they will have to go after May 16 (the day of counting of votes). They have looted a lot. They will have to account for it," he had said.

Two days ago, Bharti who is also BJP's candidate from Jhansi, had said Vadra had been "involved in several falsehood and after the election if BJP comes to power then you must be sure that he would be in jail."


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