NEW DELHI: Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Friday clarified that his apology was to Supreme Court and not to BJP or Prime Minister Narendra Modi. “Process is going on in Supreme Court and I made a comment attributed to SC so I apologised. I did not apologise to BJP or Modi ji. ‘Chowkidar Chor hai’ will remain our slogan,” the Congress chief said while addressing a press conference early on Saturday. Last month, the Supreme Court had issued a notice to the Congress president asking him to explain his contemptuous “chowkidar chor hai” remark, which the apex court said was wrongly attributed to it. The Congress president, in the press conference, asserted that his party’s assessment is predicting that the BJP is going to lose the ongoing Lok Sabha polls. In the early morning press conference, the Congress chief said that as the general elections reach the halfway mark it is becoming increasingly clear that BJP has “failed” to deliver on its promises and is “not going to win”. “The biggest issue right now is unemployment and the way Modi ji has destroyed the economy. The country is asking that Modi ji you promised us two crore jobs, what about that? He doesn’t speak a word on jobs or farmers as he has nothing to say,” Rahul said. Rahul also slammed the Prime Minister for labelling the surgical strike claims of the Congress party “video games”. “When he says that surgical strikes during UPA were done in video games then he is not insulting Congress but the Army,” he said. Earlier this week, Prime Minister Modi at a rally in Sikar mocked the Congress over its claim of having conducted surgical strikes during the UPA regime telling the party that it is not a video game. The Congress had claimed that during the UPA rule as many as six surgical strikes were conducted. “The Army, Air Force or Navy are not personal properties of Narendra Modi ji like he thinks,” Rahul said. In Video:Apologised to Supreme Court, not BJP or Modi, clarifies Rahul Gandhi#ElectionsWithTimes