Delhi. Soon after Modi’s emotional breakdown at BJP parliamentary party meet, Congress blamed that BJP’s PM candidate used glycerine to make himself cry, and that the saffron party was still a party with kattar soch.
“It’s impossible for BJP leaders to make themselves cry. Crying requires very large and soft heart, but BJP can’t do politics of love and care,” said Rahul Gandhi making the first political attack after Lok Sabha results, “Our sources have revealed that Kirron Kher had supplied glycerine to Modi and she even taught him how to cry.”
“If you want to see what real crying is, see my mother. She prefers to cry alone for the safety of others. She cried after Batla House encounter, she cried after I was given bigger role, and in general she gets upset with things troubling the aam aadmi. She never needs glycerine, she cries from heart,” an emotional Rahul added, smiling. It was unclear why he was smiling.
Many Congress leaders echoed Rahul’s sentiments, and claimed that Modi’s tears were fake.
“Feku, feku,” argued party spokesman Sanjay Jha.
Congress has further demanded a forensic test of Modi’s tears and a CBI probe into the whole matter.
“Lab report of his tears is going to prove that Modi manipulated his eyes and played with sentiments of the country,” said veteran Congress leader Digvijay Singh, “His tears lacked emotions. Tears without emotions is like Congress without Rahul Ji.”
Digvijay Singh went on to claim that apart from fake tears, Modi had doped LK Advani to make him propose his name for PM post. “In normal case, Advani would have never proposed his name with with such an emotion. This whole parliamentary party meet was chemically orchestrated to suit Modi’s agenda,” claimed Digvijay Singh, hinting at some chemical locha.
Outgoing Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh too attacked the incoming Prime Minister for such public display of emotions.
“PM should be able to control his emotions, like I did,” said Manmohan Singh while giving a piece of advice to Modi, “In the last 10 years, I never shed a single drop of tear. It passes wrong message to the opposition and the international community.”