“Corrupt and Dynasts Have Ganged Up”: PM Modi Slams Rahul Gandhi’s Allegations, Vows Action Against Corruption

The Prime Minister emphasized that the upcoming polls represent a clash between honesty and transparency on one side and corruption and dynasty politics

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a scathing attack on Congress leader Rahul Gandhi during a BJP rally in Uttarakhand’s Rudrapur today. Responding to Gandhi’s recent comments warning of unrest if the BJP wins the upcoming elections, Modi accused the Congress of instigating people against the democratic process.

“Gandhi said if BJP wins and amends the Constitution, the whole country will be on fire. Mark my words, this country won’t survive,” Modi recounted, highlighting Gandhi’s inflammatory remarks.

The Prime Minister emphasized that the upcoming polls represent a clash between honesty and transparency on one side and corruption and dynasty politics on the other. He criticized the opposition for resorting to abuse and threats against him while the BJP advocates for eradicating corruption.

“We are bringing honesty and transparency to the people. On the other hand, the corrupt and dynasts have ganged up,” Modi asserted. “We are saying, ‘remove corruption’, they are saying, ‘save the corrupt’.”

Amid a united Opposition’s criticism over the arrest of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in a money laundering case related to the capital’s now-defunct liquor policy, Modi reiterated his commitment to fighting corruption. He assured that action against corrupt individuals would intensify in the government’s third term.

“In the beginning of our third term, there will be a bigger attack on corruption. I guarantee that,” Modi declared, signaling a robust stance against malpractice.

In response to Gandhi’s remarks on electronic voting machines (EVMs), the BJP has written to the Election Commission demanding strict action against him. Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri condemned Gandhi’s statements, labeling them as inflammatory and aimed at undermining the electoral process and the impartiality of the Election Commission.

“Rahul Gandhi’s address at the rally contained inflammatory remarks aimed at sowing seeds of doubt and distrust in the minds of the Indian populace regarding the electoral process and the impartiality of the Election Commission of India,” Puri asserted.

The ongoing exchange between the BJP and Congress underscores the intense political atmosphere as the Lok Sabha elections draw nearer. With both parties trading accusations and rallying their supporters, the stage is set for a fiercely contested electoral battle.

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