Recently, the former Congress president Rahul Gandhi lashed out at Prime Mister Narendra Modi and warned him that youth will hit him with sticks in 6 months because of unemployment. Taking a jibe on, the politician of the grand old party, PM Modi said that he has suffered a lot in the last 20 years which had made his back ‘danda-proof’.
The Danda Remark
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, while addressing a rally, attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying that the PM is least bothered about employments in India and they were only using youth’s anger to take control. Later said that the Unemployed youth won’t let Modi step out of his house due to anger.
“The regular speech that Narendra Modi usually gives, wait for six months, he won’t be capable to step out of his house. The country’s youth will beat him so severe that it will make him understand that without giving the youth employment, this country cannot advance, Rahul Gandhi said.
If you can’t respect the man, atleast respect the office he occupies @RahulGandhi, the office that you dream of occupying one day. Remember what you sow is what you shall reap !! pic.twitter.com/43mMWK9T9t
— Yo Yo Funny Singh (@moronhumor) February 6, 2020
Modi takes a Jibe
Replying to Rahul’s ‘danda’ remark, PM Modi said, “I was been told that a Congress leader has said that youth will hit Modi with sticks in 6 months. I have decided that I will increase my rate of ‘Surya Namaskar’ so that my back becomes so tough that it can bear the hit of so many sticks.”
— Dhaval Patel (@dhaval241086) February 6, 2020
PM Modi in Lok Sabha also said, “For the past 20 years, I have heard a lot of abuses and been gaali-proof. Now, I will make myself danda-proof.”
In the meantime, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi stood up and tried to prove his statement as soon as Modi ended his speech but the PM was all locked and loaded with trolls.
“I was speaking for 30-40 minutes now, but the current has reached there now”, he said referring to Rahul Gandhi.
— Ramesh Solanki (@Rajput_Ramesh) February 6, 2020
The government’s working ways
The Prime Minister also took on the Congress over the government’s working ways. He said that the central government had worked according to ‘the old ways and thought process’, removing Article 370, resolution of Ram Mandir and abolition of Triple Talaq would not have been possible.
“The people of India have not only changed the Government. They want governance to be changed as well. If we had worked according to the old ways and thought process, Article 370, would never be history. Muslim women would have kept suffering due to Triple Talaq,” Modi said.
“The honorable President has highlighted the vision for a New India. His address comes at a time when we enter the third decade of the century. Rashtrapati Ji’s address instills a spirit of hope and it presents a road map for taking the nation ahead in the times to come,” he added.