Chors want to oust chowkidaar! Here’s how PM Modi slammed Congress party

The man you criticize may not react back until a certain extent . His level of patience might not allow him to go ahead and react to every mouth that speaks against him. But that does not mean you are allowed to talk until to question his dignity. And that’s the moment when he will decide to answer you back at the right forum and time! Something very perfect to go well with the whole team of Opposition and the one man army of PM Narendra Modi.

Rightly answering the Congress President Rahul Gandhi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that a ‘chor’ (thief) was trying to remove the ‘chowkidar'(guard) from his way, in an apparent retort to Congress president Rahul Gandhi’s oft-repeated ‘chowkidar hi chor hai’ phrase.

“The thieves, first and foremost try to remove the ‘Chowkidar’ because, without that, none of their intentions will be fulfilled,” PM Modi said during his public address in Odisha’s Baripada. The Congress President went ahead and dared to question the honesty of the PM , forgetting the history of his own family and ancestors.

Well, we all must agree with the words of the PM that there was a conspiracy to weaken the country’s defence between the year 2004 and 2014. Now that the BJP under the Modi Govenment is trying to strengthen it,they are getting under the skin of Congress like thorns. And of course they want to oust the watchman at any cost.

The Prime Minister also accused the Congress of fooling people and congratulated Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman for exposing them. “I want to congratulate Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman for bringing to light those who were fooling the nation; those who were playing with the national security of the country and those who were using the Parliament for their own entertainment,” he said.

What exactly are the Congress members trying to achieve remains a major question these days. The tantrums and tactics used by the Gandhi family are now outdated to be believed by people.It was shameful on he part of the Congress leaders who literally threw paper planes when Finance Minister Arun Jaitley was speaking in the Lok Sabha during debate on the Rafale deal.

Being dignified leaders of the grand old party of India, they continued with the abnormal behaviour even after Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan stood up and asked them to refrain from the way they were behaving, saying “Have you not made paper planes in your childhood? Why are you doing this? You demanded this discussion. So you have to listen.”

Source: Times of India

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