Prime Minister Narendra Modi seems very busy in the campaigning for the assembly elections to be held in Haryana and Maharashtra. During this time, he is attacking the Congress fiercely. Recently, during an election rally in Haryana, the PM targeted the Congress's stand on Article 370 and the Rafale deal. He accused the party leaders of misinformation about India and spreading negativity in everything that brings happiness to the people of India. Not only this but he also mocked Rahul Gandhi about his foreign trip.
According to media reports, while addressing an election rally in Charkhi Dadri, Haryana, PM Modi accused Congress leaders of spreading rumours about the government's move to abolish the special status of Jammu and Kashmir under Article 370. While the whole country stood with Jammu and Kashmir.
Without naming anyone, the PM said that "Bangkok, Thailand, Vietnam ... You can speak anything about me from wherever you want. You can say whatever you want. You have nothing to say about Modi, I have no problem with this, but such things should not be talked about the progress of India. The Prime Minister did not name anyone during this time". But, it is being speculated that he has targeted Rahul Gandhi's foreign visits.