Patna, Sept 19: As soon as Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi finished his much-hyped speech at Pashim Champaran rally in Bihar on Saturday, accusing the Prime Minister of ‘Suit-Boot Ki Sarkar‘ (Suit-boot government), the Bharatiya Janata Party stepped into action, now by taking a jibe at the Parliamentarian from Amethi. (Also Read: Rahul Gandhi kicks off Bihar poll campaign in Champaran; Renews ‘suit boot’ attack on Narendra Modi)

Commenting on Rahul Gandhi’s speech, Union Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi took a jibe and said, “Jab sarkar mein the tab Modi ji ko koste the,vipaksh mein aake bhi kos rhe hain,ab koste koste ‘Kosi’ nadi pahunchenge (When they were in power, they accused Modiji. Now they are opposition, still they are accusing him. It looks he will reach to Kosi river soon the way he (Rahul Gandhi) is accusing the PM).”

Joining Naqvi, The NDA-Ally Lok Janshakti party member Chirag Paswan said that Rahul Gandhi’s script writer need to teach him some new words, as he has been repeating the same words since last 5-6 months. He said, “For the last 5-6 months Rahul ji is repeating the same ‘suit boot’ remark, his scriptwriter needs to tell him new words.” (Also Read: BJP reacts to Rahul Gandhi’s feku remark, dubs him Congress ‘Baby’)

All these comments from the ruling party at the Centre came, with Rahul making accusations on Prime Minister’s way of running the government and making promises. Rahul had in its speech said that though Modi has been a tea seller, but after becoming Prime Minister he had forgotten his poll promises and does not feel comfortable to meet with the lower sections of the society. He also took a dig at Modi suit which was made allegedly for Rs 15 lakhs.