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PM Modi cracks jibe says AICC as 'All India Corrupt Congress'
PM Modi cracks jibe says AICC as 'All India Corrupt Congress'

 

New Delhi [India], November 6: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Monday hailed Prime Minister Narendra Modi's sarcastic attack against the Congress uttering that the AICC (All India Congress Committee) actually

BJP representative G.V.L. Narasimha Rao said, "The Congress is synonymous with corruption and it's acknowledged to everyone in the nation. The AICC actually stands for 'All India Corrupt Congress,' because if you look at the history of the striking old party, every government which they led was brainteaser with some major scams. The Congress has a well-known history of the most famous corruption scandals this country has ever experienced."

Another BJP leader Prabhat Jha quoted Prime Minister Modi's allegations was not wrong.

"Whenever the corrupt Congress speaks of 'Corruption,' it gives the impression they are making a fool out of themselves. Prime Minister Modi's speech was appropriate and lucid; his allegations against the Congress were not wrong and they entirely justify it. We have the proofs of all their corruption scams," he insisted.

 

Yesterday, while speaking a public meeting in Himachal Pradesh, Prime Minister Modi had said, "The Congress and corruption are always together. For 70 years, the Congress ruled the country, but they were only involved in corruption, spreading lies, casteism and nepotism. Corruption was not a major disease 70 years back. So who is accountable for corruption? Who brought communal, caste and social disharmony in India? It is the Congress. Don't you think the party needs to be taught a lesson?"

He added that for the Congress, their party's interest is more imperative than the country.

At another public meeting during the day, Prime Minister repeated, "Corruption is the only characteristics of the Congress. The Himachal Pradesh chief minister from the Congress is recognized for corruption."

                                                                                                  

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