"Who started the politics of untouchability in the country? The same people who do votebank politics had started the politics of untouchability," Modi said at an election rally in Motihari.

"Madam you are a party president. You keep using terms like 'unch' and 'neech', it does not look good,” Modi said in an apparent reference to Sonia Gandhi.

Modi further claimed that the BJP has never wavered from development-based politics during the entire election process.

"A certain defeat in the elections appears to be troubling Madam Soniaji and she is upset that the Congress' game of caste and communal politics is coming to an end now," he added.

The BJP leader said that a Kerala Minister was asked to give an explanation by the state government for meeting him. He added that a Congress leader demanded that the Bharat Ratna award conferred on melody queen Lata Mangeshkar be taken back for she praised him.

"What type of politics is this?" he asked.

Modi also spoke about the alleged ‘fraud’ played by UPA government on the promise of giving employment to youths.

"Do you want to ruin your future as well like 60 years of your parents were ruined? This government of mother and son has ruined the country. They have promised to provide employment to 10 crores people in five years between 2009 and 2014. Did the youths get jobs? Did they not play fraud with you? Will you those people who have cheated you?” Modi asked.

The BJP has fielded incumbent MP Radhamohan Singh from here. RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav has given ticket to his close confidante Vinod Srivastava from here.
Voting in Motihari will take place on May 12.

(JPN/Agencies)

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