Cong leaders upsetting MP while trying to set their sons: Modi

Seoni (MP), Nov 5 (UNI) Using wordplay to strafe the rival camp, Prime Minister Narendra Modi alleged on Sunday that two Congress bigwigs from Madhya Pradesh are attempting to “set” the political future of their sons but are “upsetting” the state in the process.

Addressing a public meeting in this district of election-bound Madhya Pradesh, the visiting dignitary averred, “The Congress is not ‘contesting’ the election in this state. You will be surprised by my statement. Under that guise, it is seeking opportunities for collecting donations. The actual battle is not for the Chief Minister’s chair, as they know full well that they shall taste vanquishment.”

Without naming erstwhile chief ministers Digvijaya Singh and Kamal Nath, the Prime Minister said that the duo is “tearing each other’s garments” over whose son will eventually assume the mantle of Congress patriarch in Madhya Pradesh.

“Tell me, will those who are concerned only about their own children ever contemplate the fate of your sons and daughters and accomplish anything for them? Especially the youth should comprehend that the Congress neither has any future of its own nor a scheme or roadmap for the new generation,” he added.

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