Congress Leader Kharge slams PM Modi by his questions in a rally

In a debate, senior Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge on Sunday questioned if PM Modi’s prediction of the opposition party receiving less than 40 seats in Lok Sabha polls is proven wrong would he hang himself at Vijay Chowk in Delhi.

In a rally, the Congress candidate for the Chincholi Assembly by-poll in Karnataka, Kharge said, “It is you the people sitting here who are going to write the future and fate of this country, it is in your hands to write the fate of Subash and ours, not it their (BJP/Modi) hands.”

He added, “Wherever (Modi) goes, (he) says Congress will not get 40 seats (in Lok Sabha polls). Does any of you agree with this? If we get 40 seats, will Modi hang himself at Vijay Chowk in Delhi?”

Senior BJP leader and MP Shobha Karandlaje has demanded Kharge’s apology, stating that she never expected such low remarks from a senior leader like him.

“Blatant lies, fake allegations, derogatory remarks have become common with hollow Congress, nothing progressive! He should apologise!”, Karandlaje tweeted.

“He keeps speaking against Congress and claims the party did not do anything,” Kharge said.

He said Modi alleges himself form a backward community, but he is serving just the super-rich.

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