Uttarakhand rally: PM Modi responds to Rahul Gandhi’s “fire” words by saying, “Wipe out Congress from everywhere.”

Rahul Gandhi came under fire on Tuesday from Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his remarks implying that a “conflagration” will occur in the nation if the BJP wins a third term.

Beginning his Lok Sabha campaign in Uttarakhand from Rudrapur in the district of Udham Singh Nagar, he stated that the Congress is anxious to remain out of power and urged the people to eradicate the party from all areas.

Congresswoman Shehzada has warned that if Modi is elected to another term in government, there will be fire. They are now talking about lighting things on fire because they are so frantic about not having electricity. How about if you let them? Would you not discipline them? Modi said this while accusing the party of attempting to drive the nation into chaos and instability.

Rahul Gandhi said that the nation will be “set ablaze” and would not survive if the BJP wins the election by “match-fixing” and amending the Constitution at a rally on Sunday at Ramlila Maidan in Delhi.

The prime minister also declared that the fight against corruption would not end.

“Don’t you believe that the corrupt need to be put in jail? I’m being abused and threatened by the corrupt. They can’t stop me, however. “We will keep taking action against all corrupt individuals,” Modi said.

The prime minister’s comments coincide with an attack on the governing party by the opposition after the detention of JMM leader Hemant Soren and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in relation to unrelated corruption charges.

Modi asked for more support, stating that he has promised to make India the third largest economy in the world during his third term in office.

According to him, Modi’s assurance entails the fulfillment of the promise.

When the intentions are correct, development takes place. Excellent intentions produce excellent outcomes, the prime minister said.

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