Chandrababu calls Modi a terrorist

The once good friends Chandrababu Naidu, and Narendra Modi are at loggerheads with each other and have been accusing each other ever since TDP ended its alliance with NDA.

Taking a scathing attack at Modi once again, AP CM Chandrababu Naidu has yet again crossed the line for political rhetoric and targeted Modi with a harsh comment.

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In comment spewing hate for PM Modi, Chandrababu Naidu called Modi a “terrorist” while addressing a rally in Madanapalle in Chittoor district

A week ago, the AP CM called PM Modi a “demon” while attacking him for Triple Talaq issue and 2012 Godhra riots. He pushed the same pitch and this time took the comment one step further and called the Prime Minister a “terrorist”.

“Brothers, I am telling you all one thing. Narendra Modi is a hardcore terrorist. He is not a good person. Our minority brothers are there. I am requesting you all only one thing. Brothers, if you vote for Narendra Modi again, a lot of problems will arise. Do you remember my minority brethren? Didn’t he introduce Triple Talaq? Didn’t he think about putting all of you in jail? What happened during that time in Godhra? 2,000 people were massacred. That day only I questioned. Narendra Modi is not fit to live in this country. I am letting you all know that I was the first person to demand his resignation. After that, every country said no to his entry. They will try to cause you hardships,” he said.

“During elections and before elections, people ask who has worked how much for them. I want to tell you today, BJP has the power to distract voters. Yesterday, he (PM Modi) was the Chaiwala and today he quit the job of the Chaiwala and became the Chowkidar,” he said.

AIMIM’s Akbaruddin Owaisi had also targetted PM Narendra Modi’s ‘Main Bhi Chowkidar’ campaign. He mocked the Chowkidar campaign saying if PM Modi is so keen on being a Chowkidar he will provide him a cap and a whistle.

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