Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday launched an offensive against the Opposition parties, saying that those who can't even get the post of Leader of Opposition were dreaming about becoming the Prime Minister. Addressing a rally in Bihar's Muzzafarpur, Modi said, "Most of the 'Mahamalavati' parties are not fighting on seats enough to get the post of Leader of Opposition. Those who can't become the Leader of Opposition are dreaming about becoming the Prime Minister."
The prime minister said that after the first four phases of Lok Sabha elections, some people have already sensed that they have been defeated in all means and the next round of voting will ensure how big and grand the victory of the BJP will be.
Modi said that Opposition parties were hoping a weak government at the Centre in order to hide their corruption and wrong doings. "Those who had changed the identity of Bihar, they are not fighting to make their government at the Center in this election, they are scrambling to increase their membership in some way. Increasing their power means bringing back the days of loot, kidnapping and corruption in Bihar," Modi said.
जिन्होंने बिहार की पहचान बदली थी, वो इस चुनाव में केंद्र में अपनी सरकार बनाने के लिए नहीं लड़ रहे, वो किसी भी तरह से अपने सदस्य बढ़ाने के लिए छटपटा रहे हैं।— BJP (@BJP4India) April 30, 2019
उनकी ताकत बढ़ाने का मतलब है बिहार में लूट-पाट, अपहरण, भ्रष्टाचार के दिन वापस लाना: पीएम #JeetegaToModiHi pic.twitter.com/KJgXdHSyv9
Modi said that no matter how hard they try, he won't allow his "campaign" against the balck money and corruption be stalled by them. "They will have to return each and every penny looted from the people. The way we brought Michel ''Mama' (Christian Michel), their other 'chachas' will also have to return to India," Modi said.