Modiphobia still haunts Congress! Digvijay Singh indirectly swipes at PM, terms him 'Badbola Virus'

Digvijay Singh
New Delhi, Oct 17: It seems Congress has not come out from Modiphobia. Rather than hammering head about how the moribund party will be resuscitated, the party leader attacks Prime Minister. Little they know, that this effort rather add his popularity.

Senior leader of Congress Digvijay Singh, popular for loose cannon remarks has indirectly termed Narendra Modi a 'Badbola Virus'. Writing in a tweet, he said that while world is grappling with Ebola virus we have this 'Badbola Virus'.

Surprisingly this act of Digvijay Singh has come after he heaped praise on Modi. He lauded prime Minister on the matter of Kashmir flood and his Japan visit.Singh had welcomed Prime Minister Narendra Modi's recent visit to Japan and lauded the personal relationship the leaders of both countries share.

"We welcome Prime Minister's visit to Japan and we also welcome his very close personal relationship with the Prime Minister of Japan," he said.

Earlier, highlighting the presence of Japanese delegation at the event and Japanese Friendship Society's decision to launch Indo-Japan Skill Development Council in his inaugural address, Singh said Modi had a very successful trip to Japan. "It is a matter of great comfort that Narendra Modi and Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe, they both have very close personal relationship."

It seems this is the aftermath of the exit poll prediction which has said that Congres will be worst performer in Assembly elections. Probably after smelling imminent defeat in congress leader is blabbering.

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