After Aiyar's neech remark, PM warns Congress: This will cost you in Gujarat election

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After Aiyar's neech remark, PM warns Congress: This will cost you in Gujarat election

In response to Aiyar's comments, Prime Minister Modi said that Congress leaders are speaking in a language that is unacceptable in a democracy.

After Congress veteran Mani Shankar Aiyar made a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi by calling him a culture-less low life, the PM has now shot back.

In response to Aiyar's comments, Prime Minister Modi said that Congress leaders are speaking in a language that is unacceptable in a democracy.

"A Congress leader, who has studied in one of the premier institutions, served as a diplomat, was a minister in cabinet said that Modi is 'neech'. This is insulting and nothing but Mughalai mindset," said PM Modi.

PM Modi further attributed the comments as an insult to Gujarat and its people. He said that it was the same people who earlier called him 'Gaddha' and 'Gandi Naali Ka Kida'.

The Prime Minister who is on his campaign trail for the upcoming Gujarat Assembly elections, said that the comments by Congress leaders reflected their feudal mindset and they have failed to recognise a person who has comes from a modest background and rose to the ranks of the Prime Minister of the country.

In his address, PM Modi also urged BJP workers to refrain from using foul language against such remarks on social media and other media.

"The only way to take beat such elements is to vote for the lotus emblem during the election on December 9 and 14. They insulted the son of Gujarat, now Gujarat will show them our culture," said PM Modi.