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PM Modi Cautions BJP Workers Against “False Narratives” Against Party on Foundation Day

BJP Workers urged not to pay heed to false narratives by the PM

Wednesday, 7th April 2021


Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in his address to the BJP workers on the occasion of the party’s 41st Foundation Day, slammed all those who say the BJP is a mere “election winning machine” and said they have adopted “double standards” to tarnish the image of the party and the government.

He also cautioned the members of his political party against what he referred to as “false narratives” on the CAA (Citizenship Amendment Act), farm laws and labour laws that are spread with the intention of creating “political instability” in the country and portraying him and his party in a negative light.

In his description of the BJP party, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the BJP is a “continuous and relentless campaign to win the hearts of the people in the country”.

In the video address on Tuesday when four states and one Union Territory were going to the polls, PM Modi told his party workers that it is only when the BJP wins elections, that it is branded as an “election winning machine”, whereas in the case of other parties, the leaders are praised and the party is credited.

Taking a dig at those who criticize the party unnecessarily thus, Modi said they “do not understand the robustness of Indian democracy, they are not able to measure the intelligence of its voters. It’s beyond their understanding. They will never be able to understand the aspirations and dreams of Indian voters.”

Talking about “false narratives” on the BJP-led Central government’s steps related to the CAA, farm and labour laws, the prime minister warned the BJP workers against the “conspiracy behind it”. He said this was “well-calculated politics.”

Narendra Modi even relegated all allegations that the Constitution will be altered, reservation overturned and farmers’ land seized, to the realm of “rumours” and “lies”. The sole purpose behind the spreading of such gossip is “to create political instability in the country”, he said.

The Modi ji- led government has been heavily censured for the CAA which also led to widespread protests and demonstrations all across the length and breadth of the country. The Act sought to grant citizenship to the Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Christians, Jains and Parsis, but not the Muslims, who entered the country from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan until December 31, 2014.

The reform in the farm laws by the India government also drew considerable heat and led to farmers coming mainly from Punjab and Haryana come out in revolution and in large scale protests against them. The ongoing agitations have entered their fifth month now with farmer associations across the government of the country demanding a repeal of the three contentious farm laws.

The News Talkie Bureau

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NDTV


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