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8 sharp attacks launched by Narendra Modi against the Nehru-Gandhi family in his Lok Sabha speech

Narendra Modi was in his elements today as he tore into the Congress Party in his speech on the Motion of Thanks on the President’s address in the Lok Sabha. He rebutted the claims of the Congress Party in detail and took several digs at its policy failure and its boastful claims.

  1. In a scathing attack, Narendra Modi put the blame for the partition of the country squarely on the feet of the Indian National Congress. He stated that India is still suffering from the seeds of hatred sown in the country as a consequence of the actions of the Congress Part during that period.
  2. Narendra Modi also ripped into the claims of the Congress party that democracy was a gift granted to India solely by Nehru. Narendra Modi mentioned that the statements of leaders from the Congress Party gives one the impression that the Indian nation came into being on the 15th of August, 1947 and that such an opinion reeked of arrogance and hubris.
  3. The Prime Minister elaborated on the many ways in which the Congress Party violated the ethos of Democracy. He accused the Congress Party of lacking commitment to the principles of Democracy citing the many occasions when the central government under Congress dissolved state governments at their whim and without any proper reason for it.
  4. He also mentioned how if true democratic principles had been respected, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel would have been the first Prime Minister of India and not Nehru. He again stated that had the stalwart from Gujarat assumed the seat of the Prime Minister, the whole of Kashmir would have been under Indian control today.
  5. Narendra Modi also mentioned the numerous occasions on which the Gandhi family had insulted popular leaders from non-privileged backgrounds. He mentioned how former President of India, Neelam Sanjeeva Reddy was humiliated by the Congress. He also mentioned the insult suffered by Congress leader T. Anjaiah at the hands of Rajiv Gandhi.
  6. He also remarked upon the ‘coronation’ of Rahul Gandhi as the President of the Congress Party and how the whole internal machinery of the party was used against a young leader to prevent him from contesting the election against Rahul Gandhi.
  7. Narendra Modi also observed how the entire state machinery was used to promote the image of the Nehru-Gandhi even at the cost of the development of the country. He observed that the history of our nation had been distorted and true heroes of the nation were not paid their due for the Congress feared that it will take away the limelight from the only one family that they care about. He remarked that the entire media had been used to spread sweet songs about the deeds of the Nehru-Gandhi family and shield them from all criticism.
  8. The Prime Minister also accused the Congress Party of trying to create a sense of hopelessness in the country merely for political gains. And he deemed it shameful that when the Army was resisting Chinese forces at Doklam, Rahul Gandhi chose to meet Chinese officials instead of consulting the government on the issue. He also condemned the questions raised by members of the Congress on the surgical strikes conducted against Pakistan by the Army.

The Congress will be reeling from the attack launched by the Prime Minister in his Lok Sabha speech today. As the General Election approaches, Narendra Modi is turning on the heat on the Congress Party.

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