Mani Shankar Aiyar Called PM Narendra Modi “Neech Insaan “
New Delhi: Senior Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar on Thursday created a buzz by calling Prime Minister Narendra Modi ‘neech’ and ill-mannered. This came when PM Modi inaugurated the Ambedkar International Centre in Janpath, New Delhi. While addressing the people PM blamed Congress for whipping out the contribution of BR Ambedkar totally from the nation. Soon after, Congress leader came out to the media and portrayed the weak and filthy mentality of Congress party. Congress leader Aiyar said, “Ye aadmi bahut neech kisam ka insan hai”.
Soon after the remark from Congress BJP leaders and the country started taking a jibe on Rahul Gandhi and Congress.Congress also did not apologize openly for this remark. Aiyar was soon suspended from the Congress party. Congress supporter RJD chief Lalu Yadav even slammed Congress and called Aiyar mentally ill person.
Has this been the first time?
This is not the first time when any Congress leader used such dirty language for the PM of the country. Be it ‘Maut ka Saudagar’ from Sonia Gandhi, be it ‘Khoon ki Dalali’ form Rahul Gandhi or the low-level comments and abuses from Digvijay and Manish Tiwari all have gone against the party. Congress lost 2014 Lok Sabha election by a large margin since then party leaders have jumped into low-grade politics.
They are striving hard to win elections but is falling to protect its vote bank in their strong places even. Congress has been on a losing side in most of the elections since 2014 due to which Congress has turned politics into a dirty game. Recently congress party youth wings online magazine Yuva Desh trolled Narendra Modi. They tweeted Narendra Modi’s past and asked him to sell tea again.
Abusing the PM of the country has now become a culture of Congress.In 2014 Aiyar had called PM Modi a ‘chai wala’. Politics is a game of healthy mind but the fear of losing has made congress enter into dirty politics and dirty language which the country will totally reject. The PM of a country has an honor which a country person and every political party should maintain.
Soon before Gujarat elections, this irrelevant and cheap comment has put Congress again on the back foot. This statement from a Congress leader can result in a loss which Congress never wants. After a while, Aiyar even apologized for his wording but it was too late.
Do You think these kinds of comments should be made for Prime Minister of a country? Don’t you think there should be a level set for statements against people on a reputed post?