‘Woh jab din ko raat kahein’: PM Modi, Congress trade rhyming jibes

Reported By:DNA Web Team| Edited By: DNA Web Team |Source: DNA webdesk |Updated: Feb 08, 2022, 07:56 AM IST

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Monday (February 7), replied to the debate in the Lok Sabha on the Motion of Thanks to President Ram Nath Kovind’s address to Parliament during which he launched a scathing attack on the Congress.

PM Modi accused the Congress of strengthening separatism in the country and becoming the “leader of the tukde-tukde gang” by following the Britisher’s policy of “divide and rule”.

However, the highlight of the speech was PM Modi reciting a poem in Hindi to slam the Congress.

“Woh jab din ko raat kahein, toh turant maan ja, nahi manoge toh woh din mein naqab odh lenge. Zarurat hui toh woh haqeeqat ko thoda bahut marod denge, woh maghroor hain khud ki samajh par beintiha, inhe aaina mat dikhao, woh aaine ko bhi tod denge (When they call day — night, immediately agree. If you don’t agree, they will wear a mask during the day. If need be, they will twist the reality a little bit. They are arrogant about their own understanding, don’t show them the mirror, they will break it too),” he said.

Following this, the Congress took to micro-blogging site Twitter to trade jibes at PM Modi with its own rhyme.

“Tumne toh odh rakhein hain naqab, din aur raat mein, tum haqeeqat se muh mod chuke ho. Lashon par lagakar chunavi atthaas, tum sharm kabhi ki chodh chuke ho. Aaine se bhale tum kitna ghabrao, magar desh ke logon se kyu naata todh chuke ho? (You are already wearing a mask day and night, and have turned your back on reality. You have no shame left after doing politics over people’s lives. You might be scared of the mirror, but why have you broken ties with the people of the country),” the party said in its tweet. 

(With PTI inputs)

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