Karnataka assembly elections 2018: Apologise for calling Bengaluru names, Congress tells PM Modi

Karnataka assembly elections 2018: “He (Narendra Modi) only finds sin and that is deplorable,” Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi said... “You accuse Bengaluru, the Kannadiga, of being a valley of sin," he added.

By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: May 5, 2018 1:21:06 am
Karnataka assembly elections 2018: Apologise for calling Bengaluru names, Congress tells PM Modi Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi said that Modi, “in his insatiable urge bordering on greed to attack the Congress”, had ended up insulting the people of Karnataka. (In photo: Narendra Modi/PTI)

The Congress asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi Friday to apologise for making “deplorable” comments by calling Bengaluru a “valley of sin”. Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi said that Modi, “in his insatiable urge bordering on greed to attack the Congress”, had ended up insulting the people of Karnataka.

“He only finds sin and that is deplorable,” Singhvi said… “You accuse Bengaluru, the Kannadiga, of being a valley of sin.” Calling it “shameful”, Singhvi said, “The country needs an apology which I am sure we will never get from the Prime Minister of India.”

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