PM Modi advocated strong opposition, said – no personal displeasure with any party
Amid criticism from opposition parties that the central government is trying to suppress the voices of opposition leaders, the Prime Minister Narendra Modi Revealed on Friday that he believes in a strong opposition as it is part of a vibrant democracy. Stating that he has no personal disregard for any Indian opposition leader, PM Modi further emphasized the fact that parties should try to get rid of their history of dynastic politics as it encourages common youth to participate in politics. prevents taking. The Prime Minister was addressing a gathering at the native village of President Ram Nath Kovind in Kanpur Dehat, Uttar Pradesh.
“I do not have any personal resentment towards any political party or any individual. I want the country to have a strong opposition, political parties dedicated to democracy. I want the parties trapped in the clutches of familism to free themselves from this disease, heal themselves. Only then India’s democracy will be strong, youth of the country will get maximum opportunity to join politics: PM Modi
PM Modi said, ‘Even the poorest person born in a village in India can reach the post of President-Prime Minister-Governor-Chief Minister.’ stops you from moving forward.”
Once again, PM Modi emphasized the importance of freeing the country from family-run parties as it was one of the major impediments to India’s democracy. A few days ago, PM Modi had trained his guns on Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao and said that “familyism” was India’s biggest enemy.
Modi’s remarks come amid growing criticism of the central government using central agencies to quell opposition voices. Sonia and after Rahul Gandhi Was summoned by the Enforcement Directorate in the National Herald money laundering case Congress Accused the Modi government of trying to suppress the National Herald newspaper like the British Empire before independence.
Delhi Chief Minister after the arrest of Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain Arvind Kejriwal Challenged PM Modi to arrest all AAP leaders together. Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee And his nephew Abhishek has repeatedly hit out at central agencies for trying to harass him and his ministers. On Thursday, KCR alleged that the Modi government was trying to financially suppress the rise of states like Telangana. A few days ago, former Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy had targeted PM Modi and said that this is communal politics, not dynasty politics, it is India’s biggest enemy.