Modi demands that the opposition party be eliminated and accuses the Congress of inciting people to reject the election mandate

On Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi unleashed a scathing assault on Rahul Gandhi for his statement implying that a “conflagration” will occur in the nation if he is granted a third term, and he exhorted the populace to eradicate the Congress from all regions.

Speaking at his first election rally in Uttarakhand, Modi said that even though the corrupt were threatening and mistreating him, more action would be taken against them if he were to win reelection.

“The INDI Alliance and the Congress have stated their aims clearly. The’shehzada’ (prince) of the Congress royal dynasty has vowed to set fire to the place if Modi is elected to another term in government.

They are now discussing lighting the nation on fire because they are so anxious about continuing to be out of power. How about if you let them? Does a democracy use terminology like this? Would you not discipline them? Modi said.

Rahul Gandhi said that the nation would be on “fire” and would not survive if the BJP wins the election by “match-fixing” and amends the Constitution at an INDIA bloc rally on Sunday in Delhi’s Ramlila Maidan.

“The Congress no longer believes in democracy because of its emergency attitude. Consequently, it is actively stirring up opposition to the election mandate,” the prime minister said.

He called on the populace to eradicate the Congress from all areas, accusing it of causing instability and chaos in the nation.

He stated that a prominent Karnataka-based Congress politician has lately discussed partitioning and severing south India from the nation.

He seemed to be alluding to Congress leader DK Suresh when he added, “But instead of punishing him, the party has given him a ticket to contest the polls.”

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