Rashtriya Lok Dal’s Ajit Singh on Sunday launched another attack against Prime Minister Narendra Modi calling him a compulsive liar. Addressing a joint rally of Uttar Pradesh’s grand alliance in Deoband, Singh said that Modi was a liar and his parents had not taught him to speak the truth.
“Modi sahab ne wada kiya tha, har ek aadmi ki jeb main Rs 15 lakh pahaunchenge. Desh ka PM jhoot bolta hai? Na,ye jhoot nahi bolta, ye kabhi sach nahi bolta. Bachhe ko kya sikhaate ho aap ki beta sach bola kar, Modi ke ma-baap ne usko sach bolne ki salah nahi di hai (Modi had promised to transfer Rs 15 lakh into each Indian’s account. Does the prime minister of a country lie? No, he doesn’t lie. He never speaks the truth. Don’t we teach our children to always speak the truth? Modi’s parents never taught him to speak the truth.)”
This is the second time in less than a week that Singh has launched a blistering attack on Modi by calling him a liar. Last week, while addressing a rally, he had said, “Friends he never lies. He (Modi) has never spoken the truth till today…He also claims to be a champion of women’s rights. Keeps shouting Triple Talaq, Triple Talaq. But he did not pronounce a single talaq before leaving his wife.”
#WATCH RLD Chief Ajit Singh on PM Modi: Ye jhoot nahi bolta..bas isne aaj tak sach nahi bola.Bacchon ko kehte hain sach bola kar,lekin iske Ma baap ne nahi sikhaya.Mahilaon ka pakshdhar hai,teen talaq teen talaq..apni patni ko ek baar bhi talaq nahi bola aur chhod diya (3.4.19) pic.twitter.com/K6kDMcKcmN
— ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) April 4, 2019
Singh was joined by BSP supremo Mayawati and Samajwadi Party leader Akhilesh Yadav in Sunday’s Deoband rally. He also attacked the Modi government for doing nothing for the farmers. News agency IANS quoted him as saying, “The BJP has done nothing in the last five years. Today even the farmers are saying that their crops are being gobbled up by Modi-Yogi. But the situation is changing and the ouster of the BJP is a certainty now.”
Singh is contesting this year’s Lok Sabha polls from Muzaffarnagar, which will go to polls on 11 April. Uttar Pradesh will have polls in seven phases and the counting is scheduled for 23 May.