'New Depth He Reaches Daily In Lying': Congress On PM Modi's 'I Never Do Hindu-Muslim' Remark

The Congress leader said, "We have brought this to the attention of the Election Commission of India as well. Action should have been taken, but sadly it has not."
Congress leader Jairam Ramesh

Congress leader Jairam Ramesh (Photo: Screengrab/X/Jairam Ramesh)

New Delhi: Day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi said he will never do "Hindu, Muslim" as it is against his principles, Congress has sharply reacted and termed the PM as a "pathological liar". Party MP Jairam Ramesh said that PM saying he does not do Hindu-Muslim politics shows the depths he has reached in "lying".
"The nation knows very well that the outgoing PM is a pathological liar. But even by his own pathetic standards, Mr. Modi's latest claim that he does not do Hindu-Muslim politics shows the new depths he reaches daily in lying. Since April 19th 2024, it is a matter of public record that cannot be erased from our collective memory - even if Mr. Modi erases it from his own - that the outgoing PM has blatantly and brazenly used communal language, symbols, and allusions," Ramesh said.
"We have brought this to the attention of the Election Commission of India as well. Action should have been taken, but sadly it has not," the Congress leader said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has on Tuesday said that he does not do "Hindu Musalman", adding that people have taken his statement on "more children" in the wrong way and the same must not always be linked with Muslims.
Reacting to it, Jairam Ramesh alleged that throughout this campaign, the "outgoing" PM has had no agenda barring Hindu-Muslim politics. "His party's manifesto, an incoherent jumble of words amidst an array of his own photos, has found zero traction. Modi ki Guarantee, promoted at tremendous cost to the public exchequer for the last few months, has fallen flat. 400 Paar has been given a silent burial," Ramesh further said in a post on X.
He added that PM Modi's "last, desperate attempt" at having a campaign has been to "lie and spread untruths about the Congress Party's and the INDIA janbandhan's agenda for equitable growth for each and every Indian citizen".
The Congress MP said that the certainty of PM's exit has "forced" him to "feign memory loss".
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