Udaipur: As part of her inaugural address at the Congress' Chintan Shivir in Rajasthan's Udaipur, Congress' interim chief Sonia Gandhi on Friday called out the BJP for constantly playing the polarisation game and instilling fear in the public.Gandhi launched a blistering attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying it has become clear that his mantra of 'minimum government, maximum governance' means maintaining a perpetual state of polarisation, "brutalising" minorities, and "threatening" political opponents.She further told delegates to consider all points of view and to send a clear message of unity and cooperation. According to her, the Shivir is an opportunity to discuss many of the challenges ahead of them and implement organisational changes."It is both chintan about national issues and meaningful aatmachintan (self-introspection) about our party organisation," she added.Sonia Gandhi added that it has become "painfully clear" what Prime Minister Modi and his colleagues really mean when they use the slogan "maximum governance, minimum government"."It means keeping the country in a permanent state of polarisation, compelling people to stay in a constant state of fear and insecurity. It means viciously targeting, victimising, and brutalising minorities who are an integral part of our society and equal citizens of our Republic," she claimed."It means using our societies' age-old pluralities to divide us and subverting a carefully nurtured idea of unity and diversity. It means threatening and intimidating political opponents, maligning their reputation, jailing them on flimsy pretexts using investigative agencies," Gandhi claimed further.She advised the party's leaders to place the interests of the party above personal ambitions, stating that the party had given them a lot and it was time to repay it.While underlining that changes in organisation are urgently needed, Sonia Gandhi said, "We need to change the way of our working".Sonia Gandhi said she was aware of recent poll defeats, but didn't feel nervous because the party will choose the road of struggle regardless of all the obstacles.