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People will give a befitting reply to PM for insulting senior Indian leaders: Rahul

New Delhi, May 6 (UNI) Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Monday, reacting to comments made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on former PM Rajiv Gandhi on Saturday, said that people of the country will give a befitting reply to the insult that PM Modi heaped on his family members.
While addressing an election meeting in Delhi in support of the grand old party's candidates, he advised the PM to learn to respect elders.
''He can heap any kind of abuse on me, but for the insults he is heaping on my father and mother, and my grandmother and my great grandfather, people of India will give him a befitting punishment,'' said Mr Gandhi.
The Congress chief further said that nothing can be gained in the world through hatred, and further took a pot shot at the PM, saying that he went far too ahead on the road to hatred.
Mr Modi, during a rally in Uttar Pradesh on Saturday, had targeted the former prime minister, while attacking the Congress president.
Mr Gandhi assured that he will not hate Mr Modi at a personal level, and added, saying that Congress believes in a political battle, based on issues and wins the battle.

''Educated people live in Delhi and they have very well understood your wrong doings'', Mr Gandhi said, taking a dig at the PM.
DPCC president Sheila Dikshit presided over the meeting, while prominent leaders were present, including AICC In-Charge of Delhi PC Chacko, working president Haroon Yusuf, Kuljit Singh Nagra, Mangat Ram Singhal, District presidents Mohammed Usman, Hari Kishan Jindal, all former MLAs and Municipal Councillors.
The meeting took place at the Chandni CHowk constituency, here.
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