Heehaw! Did Modi just admit what his rivals always thought about him?

Modi has always claimed to live the most simplistic of lives and had even called himself a "fakeer". But when he was saying that he is loyal to his master whom did he actually mean?

Heehaw! Did Modi just admit what his rivals always thought about him?

Politicians taking a jibe at each other during election rallies and diving to uncharted depths in discourse is no new thing, especially when your party has put extra faith in your vocal chord to win elections and your own ability to turn the tide is at stake.

But people would expect some decency and maybe puns from the prime minister of what is touted to be the world's biggest democracy, who always appeals to his political opponents to retain the "garima" of constitutional posts.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi, nevertheless, decided to take the "donkey" debate further with Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav.

Responding to the UP Chief Minister's remark, where he had appealed actor Amitabh Bachchan not to endorse the "donkeys of Gujarat", referring to the advertisement in which Bachchan, is seen inviting tourists to visit the Wild Ass Sanctuary in Gujarat's Little Rann of Kutch, Modi on Thursday went on to say that he takes inspiration from donkeys and can work like a donkey for the nation.

Drawing a parallel between the hard-working animal and himself, Modi's metaphor somehow suggested something which his rivals always thought about him. Consider this Modi statement at the rally, "Donkeys inspire me, it is loyal to his master, it handles its responsibilities. It requires the least expenditure. It completes any order in any circumstances no matter if it is hungry, tired or sick. I take inspiration from donkeys and that's why I finish the work given by my master in any condition."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4r-1XS2ktY

Modi has always claimed to live the most simplistic of lives and had even called himself a "fakeer". But when he was saying that he is loyal to his master whom did he actually mean?

Well, hold on with your anti-national thoughts, don't you dare let them go wild. Modiji himself clarified who his master is and it is not anyone from Nagpur but the "125 crore deshvasi".

Modi said he would have understood had Akhilesh attacked him or the BJP but he could not fathom why the UP CM attacked donkeys that were thousands of miles away in Gujarat. He also questioned Akhilesh’s fear of donkeys.