PM Modi Slams Opposition’s ‘Gathering of the Corrupt’ in Bengaluru

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a scathing attack on opposition parties gathered in Bengaluru, accusing them of prioritizing their own family interests over the welfare and development of the nation. Speaking at the inauguration of an integrated airport terminal in Port Blair, the PM referred to the gathering of 26 opposition parties as a “shop of corruption” and criticized their alleged involvement in casteism and unprecedented corruption.

In his address, Prime Minister Modi highlighted the perceived special treatment given to corrupt individuals within the opposition parties. He pointed out that those facing corruption charges or on bail were accorded respect and honour at the assembly. The PM made veiled jibes at prominent figures such as the Gandhi family, RJD chief Lalu Yadav, and DMK chief MK Stalin, whose party members have been subject to graft investigations.

Accusing the opposition of prioritizing personal and family welfare, the Prime Minister alleged that their ideology centred around the well-being of their own families rather than the nation. He emphasized that democracy should ideally be of the people, by the people, and for the people, but for the opposition, it seemed to be of the family, by the family, and for the family.

Prime Minister Modi criticized the opposition for failing to tap into the potential of India’s youth, who are playing a pivotal role in the start-up industry. He expressed disappointment that corruption and dynastic politics had hindered the country’s progress during its 75 years of Independence.

Amidst the opposition’s strategy meeting for the upcoming 2024 Lok Sabha elections, Prime Minister Modi stated that the people of India had already decided to bring the BJP-led NDA back to power. He dismissed the opposition’s claims and labeled their conclave as a gathering of the corrupt, guaranteeing the poison of casteism and immense corruption.

Furthermore, the PM condemned the opportunistic politics of certain parties, accusing them of promoting casteism, corruption, and holding the Constitution hostage. He highlighted the strength of India’s youth in the defence and start-up sectors and urged the public to dedicate themselves to the nation’s development.

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