Former Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and Congress Party leader Shakil Ahmed sharpened their attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi calling him “habitual liar.”
The Congress leader on Monday accused on Modi of trying to “mislead” the people of Haryana and the Election Commission (EC) by alleging violations of model code of conduct in the land deal issue involving Robert Vadra.
According to media reports, expressing regret for using such words, Congress spokesperson Shakeel Ahmed said that, “at times, wrong statements are given in politics. When the Prime Minister of a country becomes a habitual liar, it should be condemned.”
Referring to a newspaper report that Congress government in Haryana has officially legitimised the land deal between Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law Vadra and DLF, Ahmed said there was no violation of code of conduct.
Election Commission should pay attention.
Ahmed accused the Prime Minister of trying to “mislead” the EC and said, “I am sure that neither the Prime Minister nor BJP has sent any matter to the Election Commission over this.