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Just moments before he addressed a crowd at the Manyata tech park in Bengaluru, Congress president Rahul Gandhi was subjected to 'Modi Modi' chants as his convoy passed through a crowd.
The Gandhi scion was to hold a discussion with the entrepreneurs at the location, but before he could reach the spot, a crowd of almost 100 people shouted Modi slogans when the Congress president's vehicle made its way.
Prior to that, Rahul Gandhi had addressed a rally in Kalaburagi in Karnataka, wherein he continued his attack on PM Narendra Modi and the BJP-led NDA government.
During his address, he raked up PM Modi and his party leaders using 'Chowkidaar' in their Twitter handle, stating the poor people of the country now feel that the Prime Minister is chowkidaar only for the rich.
Further, the Congress chief iterated that he would implemented his 'Minimum income' scheme should his party come back to power following the upcoming Lok Sabha 2019 polls.
Though, it was a comment by another Congress leader which grabbed the eyeballs, though, for all the wrong reasons.
B Narayan Rao, an MLA from Basavakalyan in Bidar district, referred to PM Modi as 'namard (impotent)' in the presence of his party chief and many senior leaders.
"Those who are namard can get married but can't have children, PM Modi can get married but can't have children. This is not a PM who works, but a PM who lies," he said in a public gathering in Kalaburagi in Karnataka.
It was just one in the long list of shocking comments by leaders of Congress party. Only a few days back, party's star campaigner Vijaya Shanti compared PM Modi to a terrorist.
"Today, after seeing BJP everybody is scared. It is scary that at which moment Modi will blast which bomb. Modi is looking like a terrorist. Instead of loving people, he is scaring people. This is not a PM's motive, cannot be his motive," she said.