NEW DELHI: Anyone who questions Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s honesty will not prosper and his graph will go down with every passing day, Punjabi Sufi singer and BJP candidate from reserved North West Delhi parliamentary constituency Hans Raj Hans said on Thursday.
Hans, who loves to be known as a Sufi and a ‘fakir’, emerged as a surprise candidate on the North West Delhi seat, dislodging sitting BJP MP Udit Raj as official party candidate, forcing the latter to rebel and join Congress.
In an interview, the Sufi singer rejected the opposition’s charge of him being an outsider in the constituency and said this reflected their fear of defeat.
“Who can question Modi’s honesty. Go and check his property. See how his mother, brothers and sisters live.
“Anyone questioning Modi’s honesty should fear the god. His graph will go down day by day, I say this as a fakir. Even if your enemy does something good, you should praise him,” Hans said.
He also heaped praise on Modi for paying equal attention to the development and security of the country and restraining Pakistan with tough measures. (AGENCIES)