Jagat Prakash Nadda, the working president of BJP condemned Congress Lok Sabha leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury's objectionable comments on Prime Minister Modi.
Hitting out at the Congress for unleashing frequent insults towards the Prime Minister, Nadda implied that these actions are grossly condemnable. Here's a tweet where Nadda said:
The BJP leader also said that words like these will have repercussions which will ultimately cost Congress. Earlier on Monday afternoon, Chowdhury insulted Prime Minister Modi in the Parliament. He referred to Prime Minister Narendra Modi as 'gandi naali' while saying how he cannot be compared to former PM Indira Gandhi.
"Kahan Maa Ganga, Kahan Gandi Naali (one is Mother Ganges, other is a dirty drain).
The remark caused an uproar in the Lok Sabha. Chowdhury was speaking during the Motion of Thanks to the President in Lok Sabha. His comments drew sharp criticism from BJP members in the Parliament. Furthermore, the Congress leader went ahead and said that:
"Don't compare a monk and a monster".
All these comments stemmed from Chowdhury even as he asserted that the Prime Minister deserves respect for winning twice. In addition, he also brought up his party's crushing defeat where they managed to win just 52 seats citing that the BJP was successful in selling the product, whether good or bad. He also questioned BJP stance of anti-corrupt government:
"Did you manage to catch anybody in 2G and coal allocation scam? Did you manage to send Sonia Gandhi ji & Rahul Gandhi ji behind the bars? You came to power by calling them thieves, then how are they sitting in the parliament?"