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PM Modi: The Indian bloc marginalizes farmers and youth

Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a full-scale assault on the Congress-led INDIA bloc today, accusing it of impoverishing underprivileged communities in the name of social justice and undermining the country’s defense industry while ignoring development initiatives, thereby pushing out young people and farmers.

Speaking at three political rallies in Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, and Maharashtra, the prime minister said that the country has only been able to get decisive leadership in all areas from a stable NDA administration.

Speaking at a rally in western Uttar Pradesh in favor of BJP candidate Kanwar Singh Tanwar for Amroha, the prime minister claimed that past administrations had defrauded the SC, ST, and OBC communities in the name of social justice and that he was striving to realize the aspirations of Chaudhary Charan Singh, BR Ambedkar, and Jyotiba Phule.

He also made a subtle jab at Samajwadi Party (SP) president Akhilesh Yadav and Congress leader Rahul Gandhi by remarking, “We are currently filming ‘Do Shehzadon Ki Jodi (a pair of two princes)’.” However, the public has already rejected their film.

The Prime Minister took aim at Amroha Danish Ali, the Congress candidate, stating that Ali had a problem with the phrase “Bharat Mata ki jai.” “Will someone who opposes Bharat Mata ki jai seem respectable in Parliament? “Should someone like that be admitted into Parliament?” he said.

“The SP and the Congress declined the invitation for the Ram Temple’s consecration in Ayodhya,” Modi remarked, slamming the opposition. After turning down the offer, they get unsatisfied and misuse Sanatan Dharma. The SP refers to Ram bhakts as “pakhandi” (hypocrites) in order to win over voters. The Indian bloc is hostile to Sanatan Dharma.

During a rally in Damoh, Madhya Pradesh, ahead of the April 26 elections, Modi spoke on global issues and India’s role in the defense industry.

Modi made fun of Pakistan without naming it, claiming that the nation that formerly supplied “aatank” (terror) was now in need of “aata” (flour). He said that India, which had imported the majority of its armaments, was now selling cutting-edge weaponry to other nations.

He defended India’s choice to buy oil from Russia in the face of international opposition after that country’s invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, saying, “We have taken this decision in the national interest to ensure that the people of the country get cheap oil and farmers get adequate fertilisers.” The world was in disarray during the Covid-19 crisis, but a powerful BJP administration returned its countrymen back from all corners of the world.

Iqbal Ansari, a previous plaintiff in the Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid controversy, was commended by Modi for accepting an offer to attend the consecration ceremony of the Ram temple in Ayodhya on January 22, while the Opposition was chastised for their refusal to go.

Modi remarked in Wardha, Maharashtra, that supporting the Congress would be like throwing away one’s vote since the opposition party was still in the habit of declaring emergencies.

There was no real work done on the ground during the Congress period; instead, only stones marking the opening of projects were put. In contrast, he claimed, “the BJP has been working towards making India a self-reliant nation.”

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