Modi targets Congress on secularism
April 3, 2014 - New Delhi
- BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi addressed rallies in Ghaziabad and Gurgaon Thursday.
- He criticized Congress party president Sonia Gandhi and her son-in-law Robert Vadra on both the occasions.
- In a reference to the recent meeting of Sonia Gandhi with Delhi Jama Masjid's shahi imam, Modi said that Congress is now shifting to blatant communalism for votes. Sonia allegedly asked the top Muslim religious leaders to ensure that the minority vote is not split.
- Modi said that since they are unable to deal with him, Congress has dropped the slogan of secularism and stated rabid communalism.
- He said that the Country's expanding meat industry will lead to it's ruin.
- At the rally in Leisure Valley grounds of Gurgaon, Modi slammed Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi without taking his name.