Lambasting the Congress over Sam Pitrodas hua to hua comment, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday charged that the remark was a reflection on the partys arrogance with which it has been shrugging off its misdeeds while it was in power.
The three words hua to hua (whatever happened, happened) uttered by the guru (Pitroda) of the Naamdaar (Rahul Gandhi) in front of TV cameras sum up their attitude. This is the way they have brazened it out whenever their regimes have been discredited on account of corruption scandals, Modi told an election rally in Sasaram.
The nation is fed up and crying out ab bahut hua (now, enough is enough)", he said.
The people are fed up with the dynasty politics of Congress, their corruption and arrogance. "The message on May 23 when counting of votes is scheduled, will be loud and clear, Modi said evoking chants of phir ek baar Modi sarkaar from the crowds.
In an obvious dig at Lalu Prasads RJD, he said the arrogance of the Congress was on display when it imposed the Emergency and humiliated Jayaprakash Narayan and in the way it had allegedly sought to erase the contributions of Ambedkar from history. "But those swearing by the legacy of JP and Ambedkar are, in Bihar, carrying the flags of the Congress.
Modi also accused the Congress of genuflecting before Pakistan-based terror during the years it ruled the country, seeking the bodies of terrorists after surgical strikes and air strikes by our jawans and standing with the tukde-tukde gang.
These are also the reasons why the nation is saying "ab bahut hua", he added.
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