Motihari (Bihar) : Sharpening his attack on Congress President Sonia Gandhi, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Friday said it does not look good if the former uses words like ‘unch’ and ‘neech’, and added that the Congress is desperately trying to reclaim its lost political ground, reports ANI.

“Madam, you are the President of the Congress. You keep using terms like ‘unch’ and ‘neech’. It does not look good,” Modi said while addressing a rally here. “A certain defeat in the elections seems to be troubling Sonia. She is upset that the Congress’ game of caste and communal politics will come to an end. They are actually trying to reclaim their lost political ground,” he added. Modi also emphasized that the vote bank politics, the dynastic politics, and the caste and communal politics have destroyed the country. “Who started the politics of untouchability? Does it look good in a democracy?  It is the same people, who do votebank politics and have started this politics of untouchability,” he said.   Modi also said that a Muslim Minister in the Kerala Government was made to give an explanation after he praised Modi.

 He also asserted that the BJP has never moved from its stand of indulging in only development based politics.

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