PM Narendra Modi's sharp attack on Opposition over INDIA, Congress hits back
New Delhi : His Excellency Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi on Sunday veiled an attack on Indian National Developmental, Inclusive Alliance (INDIA) bloc; he claimed that a section of Opposition is doing negative politics and said that today the nation wants corruption, dynasty rule and appeasement to quit India.
Congress President Shri Mallikarjun Kharge reacted sharply to the statement and accused HE of resorting to negative politics of divide.
"Regrettably, within our nation, a faction of the Opposition still refrains from taking any action themselves and hinders others from making progress. This unyielding attitude persists," stated Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi during the inauguration of a redevelopment initiative encompassing 508 railway stations.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi chose not to name INDIA directly, but alleged that the Opposition bloc has always been there to create hinderance in key projects like the new Parliament building, redevelopment of the central vista around Kartavyapath, the new designated Rajpath, and the construction of the war memorial near the India Gate or the State of Unity in the memory of Sardar Patel in Gujarat.
PM Shri Narendra Modi also mentioned that drawing inspiration from the Quit India Movement, the entire nation is now fervently rallying to drive away all evils, chanting 'corruption, quit India', 'dynasty, quit India', 'appeasement, quit India'.
Reacting to PM Shri Narendra Modi's statement, Congress President Shri Mallikarjun Kharge wrote on Twitter, "For the last 10 years, you have only done negative politics of breaking. Bitter words are now coming out of your voice for INDIA as well."
"The Quit India which was not remembered for 75 years, is being remembered now. This is our victory," he said, using the tagline #Bharat will unite, INDIA will win.