“PM means Panauti Modi,” Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said during an election rally in Rajasthan on Tuesday, news agency PTI reported. Gandhi had used the word unfortunately in the context of India’s defeat in the Cricket World Cup final against Australia. The word ‘Panauti’ is trending on social media after the defeat in the match in which Prime Minister Modi participated in the Ahmedabad stadium named after him. Gandhi claimed that Modi diverts people’s attention while entrepreneur Adani takes their money.
He claimed that Modi “comes on TV and says ‘Hindu-Muslim’, and sometimes attends cricket matches.” It is a different matter that the match was lost. Panauti.” Gandhi further said, “PM means Panauti Modi.”
Panauti 😉 pic.twitter.com/kVTgt0ZCTs
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Addressing a rally at Baitu in Balotra ahead of the November 25 assembly elections, the Congress leader further said that Modi waived off loans of major manufacturers and gave them all benefits.
Gandhi had earlier addressed another election rally in Vallabhnagar, Udaipur.
Rahul should apologize for ‘Panauti PM’ comment: BJP
Soon after Congress MP Rahul Gandhi indirectly held Prime Minister Narendra Modi responsible for India’s defeat to Australia in the World Cup, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Lok Sabha MP Ravi Shankar Prasad questioned the use of such a term for the Prime Minister And asked the Wayanad MP to apologise. News agency ANI told.
Prasad said, “What has happened to you, Rahul Gandhi? You are using such words for the Prime Minister of the country. Our Prime Minister met the players and inspired them. Winning or losing is part of the game. Rahul Gandhi needs to apologize.” ANI has said this in its report.
Advising Rahul Gandhi to learn from history, Prasad said, “You need to learn from the past. Your mother (Sonia Gandhi) used the term ‘merchant of death’ for Narendra Modi and see where Congress is now.” Is.” ,
(with inputs from agencies)