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Gujarat lo neck to neck ani survey vachindi.  Rahul prasangaalu eesaari janaalanu aakattukuntunnaayi ani koodaa feedbacks vastunnaayi.  Eeesaari manchi chance vunde for Congress to give some tough competition to BJP in Modi's own house.  But, chetulaaraa vachina chance miss chesukuntunnaaru.  Aaa Manishankar Aiyar gaadi noti doola... perfect overpitch for Modi.  Sixer tho started. Inka vidhvamsaale..... Congress ni Crush chesi paarestaadu.

Ye maatakaa maata.... eee Congresollaku unnantha NOTI DOOLA lokam lo marokallaki vundademo.

"You all have seen me I have been CM and PM. Has anyone had to hold his or her head in shame due to me? Have I done any shameful thing? Then why are they calling me 'Neech'? What all have they called us -- donkeys, Neech, Gandi Naali Ke Keede...the people of Gujarat will give a fitting answer to such deplorable language. Congress leaders are speaking in a language that is not acceptable in democracy." 

17:14  I expect Mani Shankar Aiyar to apologise: Rahul:  Congress V-P Rahul Gandhi asks Mani Shankar Aiyar to apologise for the 'neech insaan' remark. Rahul said, "The 'BJP and PM routinely use filthy language to attack the Congress party. Congress has a different culture and  heritage. I do not appreciate the tone and language used by Mr Mani Shankar Aiyer to address the PM. Both the Congress and I expect him to apologise for what he said." 

17:10  Ballot box will answer Congress for calling me 'neech': PM:   On the final day of campaigning for the phase I of the Gujarat polls, PM Narendra Modi addressing a public meeting in Surat, called out Congress veteran Mani Shankar Aiyar's 'neech insaan' remarks. 

"Yes, they called me 'Neech' but our value systems are strong. We have nothing to say to such elements. Our answer will come through the ballot box. We have seen enough insults from them. They insulted me when I was CM. They called me 'Maut Ka Saudagar' and wanted to jail me," PM Modi said. 

Aiyar launched a stinging attack on Narendra Modi on Thursday after the prime minister said the grand old party tried to erase the contribution of B R Ambedkar in nation-building. Aiyar said the comments by the PM showed his low-level mindset and one bereft of any manners. "Mujhko lagta hai ki ye aadmi bahut neech kisam ka aadmi hai, isme koi sabhyata nahi hai. Aise mauke par is kisam ki gandi rajniti karne ki kya avashyakta hai? (This shows the low-level mindset of the PM and one bereft of any manners. What is the need of doing such dirty politics on such an occassion)," ANI quoted Aiyar as saying.

Responding to this at Surat, the PM told the crowd, "I beg to the people of India -- please let them be. Let them keep calling me 'Neech', we will not respond. We do not have this mindset and want to congratulate them for theirs. If anything, we will answer them for their mindset with our votes on 9th and 14th.

"Yes, I am from the poor section of society and will spend every moment of my life to work for the poor, Dalits, tribals and OBC communities. They can keep their language, we will do our work."

Ahead of his Surat speech, the PM tweeted, @narendramodi, "I have nothing to say on a wise Congress leader calling me Neech'. This is the Congress mindset. They have their language and we have our work. People will answer them through the ballot box."

This is not the first time Aiyar has made inopportune comments. In the run up to the Lok Sabha polls in 2014, he had called the PM a chaiwallah and rubbished his chances of ever getting to be the prime minister. The BJP went to town on the remark organising the very popular chai pe charcha addas, which saw a surge of support for the party and its prime ministerial  candidate. The BJP used the comment to reinforce that the Congress was an elitist party that did not care about the poor.

Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, speaking to news agency ANI, said, "Mani Shankar Aiyar has called our PM 'neech' but we are proud of our Prime Minister, he has answered (Mani Shankar Aiyar) very politely and sensibly. Aiyar's mindset is a 'darbaari' one."

Former J-K CM Omar Abdullah tweeted, "If I had as many loose cannons in my party as the Congress seems to have I'd be even more of a basket case than I am now. Gotta hand it to the PM though, if you bowl such loose deliveries in the slog overs he's going to hit them for a six & that's what's been done with the neech nonsense."

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18:04  I meant low-level not low-born, Aiyar attempts an apology: Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar apologises for his comment calling the PM a 'neech insaan'. 

Speaking to reporters Aiyar attempted an apology first explaining the context in which the remarks were made. He said the PM was making a jibe at the Congress and Rahul Gandhi at the inauguration of a Centre on Babasaheb Ambedkar and routinely said foul language against Congress leaders. 

"I am a freelance Congressi, I hold no post in the party, so I can reply to the PM in his language. I meant low-level when I said 'neech', I think in English when I speak in Hindi as Hindi is not my mother tongue. So if it has some other meaning then I apologize. I am Macaulay's (Thomas Macaulay, who introduced English education in India during the Empire) child. If the translation of neech means a low-born, then all I can do is apologise, but it was not my intention. 

"There is a reason why the Congress party has not asked me to campaign in Gujarat even though I have been a Congressman for decades, it's because I am a stormy petrel. If I hurt someone I am sorry," Aiyar said.      

He also claimed he had never called the PM a 'Chaiwala'. "You can go on the internet and check all the videos," he told reporters.  

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BJP/Modi might scrape through with slight majority in Gujarath. It is good for India.

Guajarat lo bayata padina ee Baffas ki Karnataka lo choopisthaaru janalu vaalla place inkaa maarakapothe.

Monarch Gujji Gajji Modi ki moode rojulu daggarlone vunnayi.

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Manishankar comes from british ways & Nehru school of thought about 'secularism', so natural for him to be indignant about rival party leader who is also not refined in proper English education system....His remark is more about class than caste...

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