“Yuvraj Couldn’t Save It”: Modi Parodies Rahul Gandhi’s Amethi Setback, Claiming Congress Travels To Kerala Just to Get Votes

Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a subtle jab at Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Monday, calling him the “crown prince” of the grand old party and denouncing him for going to the people of Kerala to get votes instead of attending to their problems and concerns.

Prime Minister Modi made the remark that the “Congress yuvraj” (prince) was unable to defend his family bastion—a clear allusion to the Amethi Lok Sabha seat, which has historically supported the Congress party—without naming Rahul Gandhi by name.

He went on to criticize Gandhi, saying that he never raises questions concerning the ground situation in the state and only considers Kerala when it is time to get votes. Notably, Rahul Gandhi represents Kerala’s Wayanad district as a member of parliament.

The Prime Minister also questioned the legitimacy and dependability of the Congress and LDF in Kerala, claiming that while they are rivals in Thiruvananthapuram, they are partners in Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu.

He said that the status of law and order in Kerala was in the news because of political assassinations that had occurred there and crimes against women as a result of the Left and Congress’ long-standing, ineffectual administration.

During his speech at a public gathering in Kattakada, which is part of the Attingal Lok Sabha constituency, Prime Minister Modi extended his hand to the coastal people of Kerala, pledging to preserve their way of life, the coastline, and their dignity.

In his assault on the Left administration in Kerala, the prime minister also brought up the subject of gold smuggling and cooperative bank frauds in the region. He said that dishonest people were banding together to oppose him, but he was unfazed by their efforts.

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