Congress changes its name, symbol, slogan but not intention: Narendra Modi
Narendra Modi, said on Thursday that the Congress keeps changing its name, symbol and slogan but there has been no change in its intention.
Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: BJP`s prime ministerial candidate for 2014 General Elections, Narendra Modi, said on Thursday that the Congress keeps changing its name, symbol and slogan but there has been no change in its intention.
Modi made these comments on micro-blogging site Twitter after addressing rallies in Chhattisgarh today. He posted – "Spent the day in Chhattisgarh and joined several public meetings. The direction of the wind across the state is clear and it is for BJP."
In another tweet he said, "Congress can`t win elections by using CBI, hiding CM candidates or using deplorable comments. Development is the only mantra that can work."
He also tweeted, "Congress does not believe in any form of democracy. It changes naam, nishan, naara but niyat has not changed.
In another tweet Modi said, "Overcoming all challenges, Chhattisgarh has scaled new heights under Raman Singh and we are sure BJP will come to power for the 3rd time."
Earlier, while addressing people in poll-bound Chhattisgarh, the Gujarat Chief Minister took on the Congress and Rahul Gandhi and slammed them for their claim that the Centre was giving funds to the state but it was not able to use them properly. In a tone dipped in sarcasm he asked if these funds to Chhattisgarh were from Rahul`s `maternal uncle` - a dig at Sonia`s Italian origin.
He also sought to know why Congress is scared of disclosing the name of its chief ministerial candidate.
With PTI inputs