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'Poor people who never got pucca houses, electricity, LPG, toilets during Congress era due to its hua to hua casual approach are now saying enough is enough,' he said.
In the last leg of General Election campaign, Prime Minister Modi stepped up his attack on opposition parties while addressing a rally in Madhya Pradesh's Ratlam city on Monday.
During his speech PM Modi said, the country is saying 'enough is enough to to the ''mahamilavati'' (highly adultered) people while referring to Congress leader Sam Pitroda's 'hua to hua' remark on 1984 anti-Sikh riots.
"These 'Mahamilavati' (highly adultered) people are saying 'hua toh hua'(happened, so what?), but the country is now saying 'mahamilavati logon ab bohot hua', (highly adultered people, enough is enough!)."
"Poor people who never got pucca houses, electricity, LPG, toilets during Congress era due to its hua to hua casual approach are now saying enough is enough," he said.
"These three words, 'Hua to hua' (happened, so what?) are not just three words, they reflect the arrogance of Congress," PM Modi added.
Last week on Thursday, BJP, citing the Nanavati Commission report had said that "instructions to kill" came directly from then Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi's office.
In response to that, Pitroda, while rubbishing the allegations, had said, "I don't think so, this is also another lie, and what about 1984? You speak about what you have done in five years. It happened in 1984, so what? (1984 hua toh hua). PM Modi' comments were in reference to that.
Targeting the Kamal Nath government in MP over its alleged failure to implement its loan waiver promise in the state, Modi likened people to God and said, "The Congress cheated God."
He said the Congress had a problem saying 'Bharat Mata ki Jai', but was happily abusing him.
Modi also took a jibe at Congress veteran Digvijay Singh, who is contesting the Lok Sabha polls from Bhopal, for not casting his vote.
The last phase of Lok Sabha polls in the state will be held on May 19 and the counting will be done on May 23.
(With inputs from agencies)