Congress leader Raj Babbar stokes controversy, compares devalued rate rupee to PM Modi’s mother’s age

Amid elections, the Congress has been dragged into another controversy. After former Union minister CP Joshi’s “only brahmins are learned enough to speak about Hinduism”, now Uttar Pradesh Congress’ chief Raj Babbar has launched a scathing personal attack against Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday.

 

Jab vo (PM Modi) kehte te ki dollar ke samne rupaya itna gir gaya ki uss waqt ke PM ki umar batha karke kehte te ki unki umar ke kareeb ja raha hai.Aj ka rupaya,apki pujniye mataji ki umar ke kareeb niche girna shuru hogaya hai:Raj Babbar,Congress,in Indore,MadhyaPradesh. (22.11)

 
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In a statement that is likely to blow up a political storm, Raj Babbar launched a personal attack at Prime Minister Narendra Modi by comparing the devalued rate of the Indian rupee to the prime minister’s 97-year-old mother, Heeraben Modi. Raj Babbar in Madhya Pradesh said, “He (PM Modi) used to say that the Indian rupee has fallen so much against the dollar that it was nearing the age of the then prime minister (Manmohan Singh). Today, the rupee’s valuation has dropped so low, that it is inching closer to your beloved mother’s age.”

Raj Babbar, while addressing a rally in poll-bound Madhya Pradesh, also said that his party was never opposed to the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya and he now felt that even the Muslim community wanted it. The decision on the vexed issue, however, will be taken by the Supreme Court, he told reporters ahead of the November 28 Madhya Pradesh Assembly polls.

 



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