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Cong has become outdated: Modi

Cong has become outdated: Modi

In his address during the debate on the Motion of Thanks in the Rajya Sabha, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a scathing critique against the Congress party, asserting that it has become obsolete and has historically opposed reservations of any kind. Modi contended that the Congress has delegated its responsibilities to external entities, expressing a sense of sympathy for its declining influence.

Highlighting a letter purportedly authored by Jawaharlal Nehru to chief ministers, Modi alleged that the first prime minister was against any form of reservation, particularly in employment, citing concerns about its adverse impact on governmental functionality. He referenced President Droupadi Murmu's parliamentary address, underscoring the focus on addressing the concerns of four significant societal segments: the impoverished, farmers, youth, and women.

Accusing the Congress of undemocratic practices, Modi accused the party of undermining democracy for the sake of power, citing instances of dismissing democratically elected governments. He further criticized the Congress for its historical stance against marginalized communities, alleging that without Babasaheb Ambedkar's intervention, these communities would not have secured reservation benefits.

Modi also accused the Congress of perpetuating divisive narratives aimed at fragmenting the country's unity, alleging that the party is attempting to sow discord between the North and South regions of India. He lambasted the Congress for its past decisions regarding national security, accusing it of compromising national interests.

Furthermore, Modi contended that the Congress lacks consistency in its leadership and policies while questioning his own assurances. He accused the Congress of being aware of the nation's challenges but failing to address them adequately, contrasting this with his government's purported success in navigating difficult times and resolving national issues.

Lastly, Modi accused the Congress of perpetuating colonial legacies and demeaning traditional Indian values, suggesting that the party has belittled indigenous practices in favor of Western ideals. Overall, Modi's speech portrayed the Congress as an outdated entity, contrasting its alleged failures with his government's purported successes and emphasizing the need for transformative change.

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Cong has become outdated: Modi

Cong has become outdated: Modi

In his address during the debate on the Motion of Thanks in the Rajya Sabha, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a scathing critique against the Congress party, asserting that it has become obsolete and has historically opposed reservations of any kind. Modi contended that the Congress has delegated its responsibilities to external entities, expressing a sense of sympathy for its declining influence.

Highlighting a letter purportedly authored by Jawaharlal Nehru to chief ministers, Modi alleged that the first prime minister was against any form of reservation, particularly in employment, citing concerns about its adverse impact on governmental functionality. He referenced President Droupadi Murmu's parliamentary address, underscoring the focus on addressing the concerns of four significant societal segments: the impoverished, farmers, youth, and women.

Accusing the Congress of undemocratic practices, Modi accused the party of undermining democracy for the sake of power, citing instances of dismissing democratically elected governments. He further criticized the Congress for its historical stance against marginalized communities, alleging that without Babasaheb Ambedkar's intervention, these communities would not have secured reservation benefits.

Modi also accused the Congress of perpetuating divisive narratives aimed at fragmenting the country's unity, alleging that the party is attempting to sow discord between the North and South regions of India. He lambasted the Congress for its past decisions regarding national security, accusing it of compromising national interests.

Furthermore, Modi contended that the Congress lacks consistency in its leadership and policies while questioning his own assurances. He accused the Congress of being aware of the nation's challenges but failing to address them adequately, contrasting this with his government's purported success in navigating difficult times and resolving national issues.

Lastly, Modi accused the Congress of perpetuating colonial legacies and demeaning traditional Indian values, suggesting that the party has belittled indigenous practices in favor of Western ideals. Overall, Modi's speech portrayed the Congress as an outdated entity, contrasting its alleged failures with his government's purported successes and emphasizing the need for transformative change.

 
 
 

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