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PM Modi has created 'fizz' without soap, says Uddhav Thackeray over raincoat remark

Though He Wore A Raincoat, (former Prime Minister) Manmohan Singh At Least Bathed Using Water. You (Modi) Did Not Even Use Water To Bathe Everybody (in The Country). You Created Fizz Without Soap, Thackeray Said, In Apparent Reference To Hardships Caused By The Demonetisation.

PTI | Updated on: 10 Feb 2017, 07:41:10 AM
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had created 'fizz' without soap: Uddhav Thackeray


 Taking on Narendra Modi over his "raincoat" remark, Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray on Thursday said that the Prime Minister had created "fizz" without soap.

"Though he wore a raincoat, (former Prime Minister) Manmohan Singh at least bathed using water. You (Modi) did not even use water to bathe everybody (in the country). You created fizz without soap," Thackeray said, in apparent reference to hardships caused by the demonetisation.

The Sena leader was addressing a campaign rally here forBrihanmumbai Municipal Corporation polls.

Referring to the former Prime Minister during a speech in the Rajya Sabha on Thursday, Modi had said, "Dr sahab's image remained clean despite his government being mired in scams, as only he knew the art of bathing with his raincoat on."

Uddhav said had he not severed ties with BJP (for BMC elections of February 21) his photo too would have been therein posters with Modi, BJP president Amit Shah and Pappu Kalani(former MLA of Ulhasnagar who was accused of murder). I am relieved that I did not have to join the likes of Kalani," he said.

"We are accountable to people. Earlier BJP had faces like Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Lal Krishna Advani. Now they have faces of goons. Now Kalani is with Modi and Shah on posters," he alleged.

The Sena chief also hit out at Maharashtra Chief MinisterDevendra Fadnavis who had said that Mumbai was on par withPatna in terms of level of development.

"Mumbai is much progressed than any city. But Patna is also not a backward city. He (Fadnavis) has insulted bothMumbai and Patna. Mumbai has highest share of tax collection for the Centre. This year Central government has got more thanRs 2 lakh crore through various taxes from Mumbaikar'spockets. I will demand Mumbai should get 25 per cent share out of our collection," he said.

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First Published : 10 Feb 2017, 07:24:00 AM