If Congress Wins, Firecrackers Will be Burst in Pakistan, Says CM Rupani
After Prime Minister Narendra Modi accused his predecessor Manmohan Singh of having a conversation with Pakistani official regarding Gujarat election. Now, Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani also used the neighbouring country’s name in the same way. He repeated the sentence what Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Chief Amit Shah once said, If Congress wins, Pakistan will burst firecrackers.
According to Gujarat local media channel, Vijay Rupani was addressing the milk City of India, says, If BJP Comes to Power, Firecrackers will be burst in Gujrat. But, if Congress comes, firecrackers will go off in Pakistan. READ | Manmohan Singh Says, Modi’s remark Shows Desperation out of Fear of Defeat in Gujarat
Chief Minister was addressing a rally on the last day of Campaigning for the Gujarat Election. In Gujarat, BJP has been in power since last two decades. But, this will be the first election, since the Modi left Gujarat for Delhi.
Rahul Gandhi and Modi seem facing tough competition in this crucial election. Even, BJP Chief had admitted that there is an anti-incumbency wave in Gujarat, which may harm the coming election. On the other hand, Rahul Gandhi exuding his confidence says, Congress will form a government in Gujarat, who is gasping for real development.
While Modi’s awkward claim seems has backfired on him. Modi while addressing a public meeting alleged that, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Ex-Vice President and Congress Senior suspended leaders have hands in glove with Pakistan.
Why Such a Secret Meeting Held in Gujarat Ahead of Gujarat Election?
He went ahead and called it a secret meeting, which was aimed to bring down BJP government in Gujarat. He also asked, Why such a secret meeting was held ahead of Gujarat election?
While, Modi’s claim was dismissed by his predecessor by saying, Modi is spreading falsehood, and Canards in order to gain his image in Gujarat. He also said Modi’s remark shows desperation out of fear of Defeat in Gujarat.
Former PM issued a statement in which he refuted the allegation made by PM Modi, he wrote, “I reject the innuendos and falsehoods as I did not discuss Gujarat elections with anyone else at the dinner hosted by Shri Mani Shankar Aiyar as alleged by Shri Modi.”
Singh’s remark was also supported by former Indian Army chief Deepak Kapoor saying “only India-Pakistan relations were discussed at the meeting” held at Mani Shankar Aiyar’s house.
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