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‘Neech Aadmi’: Shah says Mani reflects Cong culture

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New Delhi : Ignoring Rahul Gandhi’s directive to former Congress MP Manishankar Aiyar to apologise for using filthy words against Prime Minister Modi, Bhartiya Janata Party president Amit Shah lashed out at the Congress, saying Aiyar only reflects the Congress culture.

In a statement, he said he was not surprised from Aiyar calling PM “bahut neech kisam ka aadmi” as his party always had hatred against the dalit, downtrodden, exploited and poor that has come out in open because of the development of these sections of the society.

Shah said the Congress has been heaping all kinds of dirty words on PM Modi over the years like Yamraaj, Maut Ka Saudagar, Ravan, Gandi Naali ka Keeda, Monkey, Rabbies Victim, virus, Bhasmasur, Gangu Teli and Gunda.


He said the people of Gujarat will punish the Congress in the assembly elections that is anti-poor, anti-dalit, anti-adivasi and anti-OBC.

“Look the difference in the work culture of two parties. While the Congress pursues the work culture of using filthy language and ensuring the poor to always remain poor, the BJP has the work culture of good conduct, good thoughts, noble culture and development,” Shah added.