Senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal on Friday, said that the opposition was getting stronger while Prime Minister Narendra Modi's popularity is going down.
"I can see the graph of Modi is going down whereas the opposition's graph is going up including Congress and others. Response for the second phase is worrisome for BJP," Sibal said talking to reporters here.
Earlier in the day, Congress had come out with another video regarding demonetised money and alleged that it was BJP which had engaged in the laundering of the old currency.
Terming the demonitisation as the biggest scam in the history of the country, Sibal said,"This is the biggest scam in the history of the country. There can be some bankers, officials etc behind this."
Sibal refused to comment anything on his party's former spokesperson, Priyanka Chaturvedi, who left the party to join Shiv Sena in Maharashtra, stating that it was between 'Congress and her' and also stated that he would not comment on the statement issued by Sadhvi Pragya since the matter was being tried in court.
He also pinned the blame for disruptions in Congress' "star campaigner" Hardik Patel's rallies, be it his helicopter not being allowed to land or the recent incident where he was slapped by a person, on BJP, stating that the incumbent party's insecurity did not allow them to give a sporting chance to its opposition.
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