New Delhi: With the date of conclusion of Lok Sabha Elections 2019 approaching, the tongue of war seems to be taking an ulgy turn. In the tongue war, PM Modi seems to be surrounded by strong opposition.
After Duryodhan remark on PM Modi by Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi, the latest entrant into cold war is the former Chief Minister of Bihar Rabri Devi. Rabri Devi on Wednesday tagged Prime Minister Narendra Modi a "jallad" and accused him of getting judges and journalists killed and kidnaped.
Rabri Devi was replying to the question asked by a media person about Priyanka Gandhi calling PM Modi 'Duryodhan' - the antagonist of Mahabharat - the RJD leader said that Priyanka should have used another language; he is not Duryodhan but a "jallad".
Rabri said, “She should not have called him Duryodhan and used another language, they all are 'Jallad'. The state of mind of such people who get judges and journalists killed and kidnapped would be dreaded.”
Priyanka during a rally in Ambala indirectly termed PM Modi as ‘Duryodhan’. She had said, “This country has never forgiven ego and arrogance. History is witness to this; the Mahabharata is witness to this. Duryodhana also had such arrogance. When Lord Krishna went to show him the truth, make him understand, he tried to take him captive.”
Her remark created a brawl to which BJP President Amit Shah reverted, “The people of the country will decide who is Duryodhana and who is Arjun on May 23.”