New Delhi: Rashtriya Lok Dal chief Ajit Singh attacked Bharatiya Janata Party's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi by calling him a goat. While addressing a rally on Sunday in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, Singh said, "Modi does not talk about forming a BJP government, but talks only about forming his government. He only speaks 'main, main, main' (I, me, myself) as if some goat has come."
Earlier in the day, Congress spokesperson Abhishek Manu Singhvi labelled Modi as a 'Man Of Damage to India' and BJP as the 'Bharat Jalao Party', referring to Modi's comment on the Gandhi family, when Modi asked the Congress to explain the 'RSVP' (Rahul Sonia Vadra Priyanka) model.
On Thursday, Finance Minister P Chidambaram launched an attack on Modi, calling him a "compulsive liar" and an "encounter Chief Minister". Chidambaram had said, "Mr Modi is a compulsive liar. There was no re-count in Sivaganga. He knows that. Yet he lies. If he insists on calling me Recounting Minister, I can call him Encounter Chief Minister."
A few days ago, Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan had trained his guns at Modi, calling it a dog's relative. "Modi is the brother of a dog's son (kutte ke bachche ka bada bhai). We don't want his or Rajnath Singh's regrets," Azam Khan said.