Congress leader crosses all limits, says ‘day has come to burn Modi alive’ (VIDEO)

Written by November 9, 2018 18:27

New Delhi: In yet another instance of Congress leaders stooping too low to take on the Prime Minister, party leader from Karnataka TB Jayachandra today made a very shocking statement.

Talking to media persons, Jayachandra said, “the day has come when we must burn Narendra Modi alive.”

Congress leader and former Karnataka law minister TB Jayachandra  stooped too low to take on the Prime Minister

In the past too, other Congress leaders didn’t hesitate in crossing the limits while taking on the Prime Minister. Mani Shankar Aiyar called PM Modi ‘Neech’ while Sanjay Nirupam termed him ‘anpadh gawar’.

Former Karnataka law minister’s shocker

The abusive remarks against PM Modi has triggered wave of anger and outrage against the former law minister of Karnataka and the Congress party.

Congress leader’s open call for ‘burning Modi alive’ is nothing less than a clear provocation to incite violence while showing the party’s hate propaganda against the Prime Minister.

Meanwhile, the Congress party is yet to come out with any clarification despite demands of strong action against the leader for such derogatory language against the Prime Minister.

Congress neta adamant, refuses to apologise

When confronted by a news channel over his offensive remarks, the Congress neta refused to accept his mistake and offer his apology. Rather, he insisted that he did nothing wrong.

“It’s his own statement, I am just reminding him. I said nothing wrong,” Congress leader told Republic TV.

Jayachandra claimed that it was PM Modi who himself ‘sought punishment’ from the public if the demonetisation fails to yield results.

What PM Modi had said after note ban

Days after demonetisation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had made an impassioned speech in Goa, making a fervent appeal to people to give him 50 days to end their hardship.

PM Modi addresses the gathering at National Police Memorial

“I have asked the country for just 50 days. If after December 30, there are shortcomings in my work or there are mistakes or a bad intention found in my work, I will be prepared for the punishment that the country decides for me,” he said.

“I am not here for the qursi (high office). I left my home, family, everything for the country. I know what kind of powers I have taken on. I am aware they will not let me live. Let them do what they want … Brothers and sisters give me 50 days”, PM Modi had said while choking with emotion.