Congress compares Modi with Aurangzeb

New Delhi, June 26: Comparing Prime Minister Narendra Modi with “dictator” Aurangzeb, the Congress on Tuesday said there is an “undeclared Emergency” in the country for the past 49 months and democracy has been held hostage by his party BJP.

Describing the BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) as a “Bahut Jhoothi Party” (a party based on lies) and Modi a “liar Prime Minister”, the Congress said owing to its arrogance, in 2019 the BJP would meet the same fate as it had in 1984 when it was reduced to two seats.

Congress spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala told reporters: “Dictator Emperor Narendra Modi, who is more cruel than Delhi sultanate’s Aurangzeb, today (Tuesday) gave the country lessons in Emergency, which took place 43 years back.” “He forgot to say that Aurangzeb had imprisoned only his father, but in the past 49 months of undeclared Emergency, today’s Aurangzeb Modiji, along with his party BJP, has held the very democracy a hostage,” said Surjewala. (IANS)