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PM Modi Slams Congress for Divisive Politics in Lok Sabha

PM Modi Slams Congress for Divisive Politics in Lok Sabha

Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a scathing attack on Leader of Opposition Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday, mocking him as 'balak buddhi' (childish mind) and accusing him of linking Hindus with violence and making false claims in the Lok Sabha. Modi demanded stringent action against Gandhi to protect parliamentary democracy.

During his reply to the nearly 18-hour discussion on the Motion of Thanks on the President's Address, Modi said the Congress and its "ecosystem" are misleading people by claiming the BJP-led NDA was defeated, despite voters granting his government a historic third term.

"I urge Congress leaders not to suppress people's mandate under the guise of fake victory celebrations," Modi said, criticizing the opposition party for behaving as if it had won 99 out of 100 seats instead of 543. He labeled the Congress a "parasitic party" that fed off its partners' votes to boost its tally.

In his 135-minute speech, marked by continuous slogan-shouting and heckling from opposition members, Modi initially listed his government's successes since 2014 before targeting the Congress and Rahul Gandhi. "The mandate for the Congress is to sit in the opposition and keep shouting once it runs out of logic," he said.

Modi noted the Congress's third-worst national election performance and mocked Rahul Gandhi with the phrase, "Aaj desh inse kah raha hai - tumse na ho payega" (The country is telling him that you are not up to it). He emphasized that the Congress's tally of 99 seats was largely due to its allies, with a strike rate of only 26% in direct contests with the BJP.

Accusing the Congress of spreading anarchy through divisive politics and false claims, Modi described Gandhi's speech as childish and filled with "lame laments." He criticized Gandhi for his conduct in the House and called for the Speaker to take serious action against him.

Modi condemned Gandhi's comments linking Hindus to violence, asserting that the community's tolerance has allowed diversity to flourish in India. He accused the Congress of lying about the Agnipath scheme to weaken India's military and criticized its decades of neglecting the armed forces.

Addressing the issue of paper leaks, Modi assured that his government is taking strict measures to prevent them and punish the guilty. He reiterated his commitment to zero tolerance for corruption and praised the public for supporting his government's efforts to serve the poor.

Concluding his speech, Modi wished that God grant "balak buddhi" good sense, highlighting the need for cooperation on national issues while maintaining his criticism of Gandhi.

PM Modi Slams Congress for Divisive Politics in Lok Sabha

PM Modi Slams Congress for Divisive Politics in Lok Sabha

Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a scathing attack on Leader of Opposition Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday, mocking him as 'balak buddhi' (childish mind) and accusing him of linking Hindus with violence and making false claims in the Lok Sabha. Modi demanded stringent action against Gandhi to protect parliamentary democracy.

During his reply to the nearly 18-hour discussion on the Motion of Thanks on the President's Address, Modi said the Congress and its "ecosystem" are misleading people by claiming the BJP-led NDA was defeated, despite voters granting his government a historic third term.

"I urge Congress leaders not to suppress people's mandate under the guise of fake victory celebrations," Modi said, criticizing the opposition party for behaving as if it had won 99 out of 100 seats instead of 543. He labeled the Congress a "parasitic party" that fed off its partners' votes to boost its tally.

In his 135-minute speech, marked by continuous slogan-shouting and heckling from opposition members, Modi initially listed his government's successes since 2014 before targeting the Congress and Rahul Gandhi. "The mandate for the Congress is to sit in the opposition and keep shouting once it runs out of logic," he said.

Modi noted the Congress's third-worst national election performance and mocked Rahul Gandhi with the phrase, "Aaj desh inse kah raha hai - tumse na ho payega" (The country is telling him that you are not up to it). He emphasized that the Congress's tally of 99 seats was largely due to its allies, with a strike rate of only 26% in direct contests with the BJP.

Accusing the Congress of spreading anarchy through divisive politics and false claims, Modi described Gandhi's speech as childish and filled with "lame laments." He criticized Gandhi for his conduct in the House and called for the Speaker to take serious action against him.

Modi condemned Gandhi's comments linking Hindus to violence, asserting that the community's tolerance has allowed diversity to flourish in India. He accused the Congress of lying about the Agnipath scheme to weaken India's military and criticized its decades of neglecting the armed forces.

Addressing the issue of paper leaks, Modi assured that his government is taking strict measures to prevent them and punish the guilty. He reiterated his commitment to zero tolerance for corruption and praised the public for supporting his government's efforts to serve the poor.

Concluding his speech, Modi wished that God grant "balak buddhi" good sense, highlighting the need for cooperation on national issues while maintaining his criticism of Gandhi.

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