He said that the grand old party hates him because he is fighting corruption, ever since he was made the prime minister of this country.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday responded to Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge’s “poisonous snake” comment at a rally in Kolar in poll-bound Karnataka, claiming that the grand-old party hates him because he is fighting corruption – ever since he was made the prime minister.
Speaking at Kolar, the Prime Minister said, “My government has been working hard to make strong nation and eradicate corruption from its roots and the Congress is not liking it. In return, they are calling me a ‘poisonous snake.’ Let me tell you today, a snake stays on the neck of lord Eeshwar. The people of this country are as equal as the lord Eeshwar to me, and I am their snake who stays with them. The people of Karnataka wil give Congress a befitting reply on May 13.”
He further slammed the Congress party and called it a 85% commission party. “The Congress party is 85% commission party, and their own PM admitted it once. They are trying hard to come to power in Karnataka and loot the state. That will not happen as people are aware of the potential of a double engine government. The crowd in Kolar will give both Congress and the JD(S) sleepless nights,” he added.