By Aglaia Staff

Sparring between Modi and Chidambaram has been on for some time. Modi had alleged at a rally in Jodhpur yesterday that Chidambaram feels buying gold causes inflation. The Finance Minister responded by saying that BJP’s prime ministerial candidate is giving his “first lesson in economy” and rejected his contention.

An undeterred Modi continued the onslaught against Chidambaram and Dr Singh at his rallies in Delhi.
Taking a dig at the top leadership of the Congress, Modi said, “Our PM is a big economist. We never questioned that. Finance Minister is also very well educated. We never challenged that.”

“A top ranking minister in the central government, who considers himself to be all-intelligent, thinks he has got all the brains in the world and that the others are brainless… The same minister said prices are rising because poor, who were earlier only eating dry breads, are now eating two vegetables. Tell me, are prices rising due to this?” he asked.

Earlier, while addressing a rally at Shahdra, Narendra Modi said the party had lost people’s trust and this was the reason why its leaders were staying away from campaigning in Delhi.

“This government has lost the trust of people and that is why its leaders are not coming here to campaign. They know they can’t fool the people of Delhi with fake promises.”

The Gujarat Chief Minister said the Congress had no issues to speak on and no development work to show and that was the reason it was attacking him to divert people’s attention.

“They think that by attacking Modi, they will win elections but the fact is that they have not done anything for the people. They just don’t  have the will to work for the benefit of people,” he said.

Launching an attack on Arvind Kejriwal for the first time, Modi accused him of back-stabbing Anna Hazare’s anti-corruption movement for his personal political ends.

Without naming Kejriwal or his Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), he cautioned the people against voting for the “newcomers”.
“Many years, after the JP movement, Anna Hazare blew the bugle against corruption. We were hopeful that people would get rid of corruption.

“But, some people back-stabbed such a sacred movement of Anna Hazare for their own personal political aspirations and the whole agitation came to an end,” Modi said at a well-attended BJP poll rally in Seemapuri, a Congress bastion.
The Gujarat Chief Minister said Congress displays one hand (its symbol) but loots with both hands while for the newcomers it seems even two hands are not enough.

“They are all for sweeping everything with the broom (AAP’s election symbol),” Modi said.
BJP had been terming AAP and its leaders Kejriwal, Manish Sisodia, Gopal Rai and others as Congress’ agents and said they are only a “vote-cutter” party. 


 Modi Takes A Dig At Chidambaram For Ruining The Country
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