Congress President Kharge’s spoiled words, said- PM Modi is like a poisonous snake, will taste it and die, after the controversy, reversed the statement
The Fact India: Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge on Thursday made a controversial statement against Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the campaign for the Karnataka assembly elections. He said that Modi is like a poisonous snake. Whether you consider it a poison or not, but if you taste it, you will die. You may be wondering is this really poison? Modi is a good person, we will see what he has given. As soon as you lick it, you will fall asleep completely.
The BJP has strongly condemned his statement. Shortly after the controversy over this statement, Mallikarjuna’s clarification also came. He said that I did not say this about him (PM Modi). I don’t make personal statements. I mean to say that their ideology is like a snake, if you try to lick then death is certain. Union Minister Anurag Thakur has said that the Congress is making such statements in a fit of rage for power. Hitting back at Kharge’s snake comment on Modi, Thakur said the Congress has realized that it is losing the Karnataka elections badly. This is the reason why the Congress leaders are making controversial statements on the contrary.
BJP IT cell head Amit Malviya said that Congress’s frustration is visible from his statement. Tweeting Kharge’s video, he wrote that now Congress President Kharge called Prime Minister Modi a ‘poisonous snake’… It started with Sonia Gandhi’s ‘Maut Ka Saudagar’… and we know how it ended. Congress is continuously descending into the pit. This desperation shows that the Congress is losing ground in Karnataka and it knows it.
Even in the Gujarat elections, Congress President Kharge had compared PM Modi to Ravana. While addressing a rally, Kharge taunted PM Modi for seeking votes on his face. Regarding Modi’s face on behalf of the BJP, Kharge had said that ‘Modi appears in every election, does he have 100 heads like Ravana?’ There was a lot of hue and cry over Kharge’s statement at that time.