The BJP president, in turn, appealed to the Election Commission to act against Congress and its allies, accusing them of anti-Hindu. He said Modi's speeches are based on facts and that he was only trying to apprise voters of Congress's 'real intentions'. 

Nadda also doubled down, accusing Congress of employing tactics of the Muslim League to bring about a divide between the north and south of the country through economic non-cooperation and linguistic differences. Basically, Nadda was referring to Modi’s statement where the latter had said Congress’s manifesto bears the imprint of the Muslim League.

Calling Hinduism as India’s “foundational religion”, Nadda said the Congress party together with its allies by way of opposing the Prime Minister has been opposing India’s “ancient culture”, the Indian Express reported.