Prime Minister Narendra Modi has accused the Congress of a "Tughlaq road election scam" where money meant for poor, pregnant women was looted from people. Addressing a poll rally at Junagadh in Gujarat, PM Modi took a swipe at the Congress, saying it is known by many names as far as scams are concerned.
"Now it has got a new name, but with proofs. The Congress is indulging in a 'Tughlaq Road Chunavi ghotala', where money meant for the poor is being usurped for their own leaders. Money meant for pregnant women is looted," Narendra Modi said. Congress president Rahul Gandhi's official residence is on the Tughlaq Road in New Delhi.
Modi said the Congress in its manifesto says everybody should get bail even if they commit a serious crime. "For whom is this provision, is it for your leaders? In the last five years, I have brought them to the doors of the jail and if you give me the next five years, they will be inside," Modi said.
Taking a dig at the Income Tax raids on Chief Minister Kamal Nath's aides, he said after Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh has become the new ATM for the Congress. "The situation in Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh is no different. Congress is only interested to come to power to loot people," he said.
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