The leopard never changes its spots: NCP on Narendra Modi
Zee Media Bureau
Mumbai: The Nationalist Congress Party compared Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi to a leopard on Thursday who never changes its spots.
NCP leader Supriya Sule said to a TV channel, "The leopard never changes its spots. In the beginning, it appeared that their campaign will be development oriented but it`s become clear what it will be now."
The comments came after the Mumbai unit of the BJP put up the posters of the party`s poll panel chief declaring "I am a Hindu Nationalist" all across the western metropolis.
The ad campaign features images of Modi alongside a range of statements he made during a recent interview with a news agency.
According to reports, the campaign has been conceptualised by head of BJP`s Mumbai unit, Ashish Shelar.
In an interview to Reuters, Modi had said he is a Hindu nationalist as he is born Hindu. "I am nationalist. I`m patriotic. Nothing is wrong. I am born Hindu. Nothing is wrong. So I`m a Hindu nationalist. So yes, you can say I`m a Hindu nationalist because I`m a born Hindu," he had said.
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