Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday came out all guns blazing at the Congress party. He said the grand old party has humiliated every institution of democracy, be it the Army or the CAG.
Apparently hinting at the continued assault by the Congress party on him over the Rafale deal, PM said the main opposition party even questioned a Supreme Court verdict just because it did not like it.
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“They've humiliated the Army, CAG & every institution imp to our democracy. Recently they questioned an SC verdict just because they didn't like the decision. Earlier, just because they couldn't threaten the court into doing what they wanted they tried to even impeach the CJI,” PM Modi said.
"The Congress party has become more cunning since the days of Emergency," he said while interacting with booth-level workers of Vellore, Kanchipuram, Viluppuram and south Chennai districts of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry, through video conferencing from New Delhi.
Commenting on the EVM tampering issue PM Modi said, “Before every election they begin to make noise about EVMs, trying to create an atmosphere of doubt. However, after elections, if Congress performs well they seem to accept results that have come out of the same EVM.”
PM Modi asked party workers to increase their outreach by creating awareness about his government's welfare schemes.
On Sunday, Congress president Rahul Gandhi had lashed out at the Modi government, saying he will not allow the "destruction" of institutions like the Supreme Court and the Reserve Bank of India (RBI).
The saffron party believes that only one idea should run the country, Gandhi said at a public rally organised by his party's southern ally the DMK in Chennai.
WATCH VIDEO: PM interacts with booth workers from Puducherry, Vellore, Kanchipuram, Viluppuram & South Chennai