Prime Minister Narendra Modi today hit out at the Congress for calling him "Shauchalaya ka Chowkidar", saying "I wear their abuse as a badge of honour". PM Modi, addressing a rally in Maharashtra's Wardha, also said that the Congress-Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) alliance in the state was like "Kumbhakarna"; they took turns to sleep for six months. The NCP, he said, "was having trouble with their seat-share arrangement" and there was a dynastic war in which Sharad Pawar was sidelined by his nephew. PM Modi accused Sharad Pawar of forgetting the farmers though he was an agriculture minister. "Today Pawar sahab has been bowled by people. His false promises have been exposed and he has been hit-wicket by his nephew," he said.