Congress attacks Modi on Valentine’s day with a video message


New Delhi: The Congress has released a video attacking today released a satirical video wishing Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the occasion of Valentine’s Day. Congress tookk a potshot at PM Narendra Modi and urged him to “spread more love” and not “Jumlas”.

The video also wishes that PM Modi, who is known for airing his views on his monthly ‘Mann ki Baat’ programme, should also listen to the ‘Mann ki Baat’ of the people. The video refered to PM Modi’s promise during the election campaign for 2014 Lok Sabha polls when he had promised that if black money is returned to the country, bank accounts of every poor person will be credited with at least 15-20 lakh rupees.

It also targeted the claims made during the implementation of demonetisation scheme, when the Prime Minister had said that demonetization will help in fighting black money, counterfeited currency, terrorism and corruption.

Earlier today, the party’s Twitter post showed the colourful sketch of a young girl and a boy holding a heart each and sitting dolefully on the two ends of an enormous moustache sported by a man who has a saffron scarf draped around his neck. The man’s image is cropped.

“This day and every day, we hope that love continues to win over hate,” the party said on its official Twitter handle along with the sketch. The tweet also carried the hashtag ‘JanKiBaat’.
The message comes in the wake of an onslaught on the Saffron brigade by the Congress, which has accused the BJP and the RSS of spreading hate in society.