PM Modi attacks Cong, INDIA bloc over Ram Mandir

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi slammed the opposition parties during a rally in Bastar on Monday, asserting that those involved in corruption will face imprisonment, regardless of any threats they may issue. Modi’s remarks came amidst ongoing allegations by opposition leaders of misuse of investigative agencies against their members.
Speaking to the public, Modi criticized the Congress party, suggesting that its manifesto for the Lok Sabha elections bore similarities to that of the Muslim League.He emphasized his commitment to rooting out corruption, stating that while he aims to safeguard the nation from exploitation, the opposition appears to be advocating for the protection of corrupt individuals.
“After independence, Congress thought that it had the license to loot the country but after coming to government in 2014, Modi has cancelled the loot license of Congress and Modi was able to cancel the license because you gave Modi the license. Now their shop has been closed, will they abuse Modi or not? So who will protect me? These crores of my countrymen, my mothers and sisters, have become my raksha kavach today,” PM said.
Slamming the Congress and other INDIA bloc constituents for declining the invite to the idol consecration of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya, PM Modi said, “Ram Navami festival is not far away. This time people will have a glimpse of our Ram Lalla in Ayodhya in a grand temple not in a tent.” He added it was natural for people of Chhattisgarh, the “nanihal” (birthplace of maternal grandparents) of Lord Ram, to be most happy on this dream (of a grand temple) being fulfilled after 500 years. “The Congress and INDIA bloc are very angry with the construction of Ram temple. The ‘royal family’ of Congress rejected the invitation for the consecration of Ram temple. The Congress leaders who considered this move wrong were expelled from the party. Those who attended were expelled from the party for six years,” Modi said. It showed the Congress can go to any extent for appeasement, Modi said.
Addressing recent controversial remarks made by Congress leader Charan Das Mahant, who allegedly suggested violence against Modi, PM said “There is talk of hitting PM Modi on head. I am working to save the country from loot. They should know that Modi is a son of a poor who always walks with his head high,”
Emphasizing his government’s focus on the welfare of the poor, Modi highlighted initiatives such as providing free Covid-19 vaccines and ration to those in need. He underscored the BJP’s commitment to addressing the concerns of the marginalized sections of society.
The upcoming Lok Sabha elections in Chhattisgarh will be conducted in three phases on April 19, 26, and May 7. With nine out of eleven seats secured by the BJP in the previous polls, Bastar’s constituency remains a key battleground for political parties.
(With agency inputs)

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