Punjab

Modi is nothing else but a “bundle of lies”, now exposed for his “truth”: Chaudhary Santokh Singh

Punjab Tribune Bureau | May 15, 2019 07:06 PM

“Modi ji hun tuhade jhooth lokan de radar te aa gaye han” (Modi ji, now your lies have come on people’s radar”: Santokh Singh

PM, who can’t dare to show his degree to the public, how can any “truth” be expected from him?

Asks what agenda SAD has in this election? Why it fails to announce poll manifesto?

Akalis have no face to seek votes from people

 PHILLAUR: Terming Prime Minister Narendra Modi nothing else but a “bundle of lies”, Congress Candidate Chaudhary Santokh Singh today said Modi is exposed before the nation for his series of lies – ranging from using a digital camera and sending e-mails in 1987 or airstrike against Pakistan in “cloudy” whether to escape radars.

 

Modi ji hun tuhade jhooth lokan de radar te aa gaye han (Modi ji, now your lies have come on people’s radar”) Chaudhary, accompanied with General Secretary of PPCC Vikramjit Singh Chaudhary said while addressing a series of political meetings in the villages of Sang Dhesian, Apra, Kadiana, Jhuggian Maha Singh, Nangal, Jajja Kalan and Goraya.

 

 

An impressive roadshow was also taken out by the Congress candidate and his supporters in Phillaur, where sea of the crowd joined them in the narrow streets of the town.

 

Chaudhary shook hands with people during his campaign and took a pot-shot at "defence expert" Modi and his party leaders. "He is such a defence expert that he decided himself on who will manufacture planes, he decided those who have never made a plane in their lives to make it (planes)," he said in a reference to the Rafale deal.

 

 

Further, Congress candidate also hit out at the prime minister for his claim during a recent TV interview where he said clouds and rain can help the IAF fighter jets evade detection by the Pakistani radar during an airstrike in Balakot.

 

"Modi thought, weather is cloudy, it won't come on the radar. But he (Modi) has come on the radar of people now. Whether it is raining or bright sunshine, everybody now knows the truth of his politics, which always based on Jumlebazi,".

 

 

While claiming that he did use Digital Camera and sent E-mail to Advani ji in 1987, Modi failed to realize that his lie would be caught by people, as there were no digital camera or internet invented till that year, Chaudhary said.

 

It is a well-known fact that the road of arrogance doesn’t take you long way Chaudhary, who also hit out at Modi and BJP leaders for their "arrogance" and the “delusion of power, said.

 

 He claimed that during the last five years, the BJP government, its leaders and their prime minister have been caught in the delusion of power. They only see how to keep power with them. They have stopped meeting the people... Their arrogance has increased a lot. “Modi believes to reveal his Man Ki Baat, but never tried to listen to people’s Man Ki Baat”.

 

Vikramjit Singh Chaudhary, in his address, asked the people “Did you see any BJP leader standing in a queue outside banks during demonetization? The only leader standing in queue was Rahul Gandhi. They don't understand what impact their policies have on the people.

 

Modi claimed that he did post-graduation in the subject of “Entire Political Science”, but no academician of the country, so far could have identified such subject in any of the university, Vikramjit said even the Degree of Bachelor from Delhi University of Modi is under the scanner and he has failed to show it so far.

 

Training his guns towards Akalis, Chaudhary asked “What agenda SAD has for Punjab in this election, why Did it fail to announce its poll manifesto?

 

“Akalis want to ride the piggyback of Modi to win the election, but did not realize that Modi himself is in trouble and polling in six phases has already indicated Modi’s ouster”, Chaudhary said.  

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