PM Candidate Narendra Modi’s Bluff – Vajpayee has no house of his own

In BJP’s Goa rally, on January 12, 2014, Narendra Modi, while trying to refute AAP leaders’ simple lifestyles, claimed that despite being in public life for several years and ruling the country, former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee has no house of his own to stay.

Narendra Modi claimed Vajpayee has no house of his own
Narendra Modi claimed Vajpayee has no house of his own

Anything that BJP’s PM Candidate Narendra Modi says has to be cross-checked knowing his penchant to misquote facts and mislead people. And as it happens so often these days, Mr Modi has bluffed his fellow country men yet another time in yet another Election Rally.

MyNeta.info is a website which keeps public records of all the electoral petitions filed by various MPs and MLAs which includes the details of their movable and immovable assets. We checked Mr Vajpayee’s petition filed for the 2004 Lok Sabha elections and it clearly states that he owns a flat in a multi-storeyed apartment in East of Kailash, New Delhi whose worth was 22 lakhs (2,200,000) INR in 2004. Mr Vajpayee was BJP led NDA’s Prime Minister till May 2004.

Narendra Modi lies about Atal Behari Vajpayee not owning a house
Narendra Modi lies about Atal Behari Vajpayee not owning a house

It is quite shameful that Mr Narendra Modi can’t even get facts about his own party’s leaders right. From killing BJP’s founding father Shyama Prasad Mukherjee in 1930 to his bluff about Atal Behari Vajpayee who is BJP’s tallest leader till date, Mr Modi is proving to be quite an embarrassment for his party.

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Bhupendra Chauhan
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are bhyya ye to bataa do isse kya sabit hota hai ye kaise maalum parega ki ye ghar vajpayee jee ka apna hai are bhai har vyakti koi to address to hota hee hai jaroori nahi hai ki wo uska apna makan ho.

Anwar Khursheed
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Jahile Mutlaq – Kundaye Nataraash

Hemen Parekh
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Transforming India Here is a PARTIAL list of initiatives that may transform India – if successful But let not ” Fear of Failure ” prevent us from undertaking a ” Out of Box ” thinking In a democracy , people have a right to differ Hence , many will not agree – but they must have their say In the end , there is only ONE WAY to find what works – and what does not BY TRYING OUT ! MY LIST ( not in order of importance or priority ) : > Food Security Bill > Connecting 2.5 lakh… Read more »
Krishna Kant Singh
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Yet, Modi’s followers support him! One thing is sure, their “ideal” Modi is not a learned economist, politician or visionary and they know it well, what they love about him is that he can yap, yap and yap and they have hope that this man will enact Hindu national once in power; not realising that whatever nation is this, it is for Corporates, like Ambani or Adani or MNCs/FDIs and exploitation will become sharper and their miseries will only rise!
AAP on the contrary is for common man, workers and peasants and not for any religion or region!

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And chor nehru gandhi were learned

Saif Khan
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shameful that Mr Narendra Modi can’t
even get facts about his own party’s leaders

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