PM Modi's taunt on the black clothes of Congress leaders
PM Modi's taunt on the black clothes of Congress leaders: No matter how much you do black magic, people will not believe again
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday attacked the opposition parties including Congress. The PM said that on August 5, we saw how an attempt was made to spread black magic. These people think that by wearing black clothes, their time of despair will end, but they do not know that no matter how much they can flaunt, how much they do black magic, believe in superstition, now the public's faith in them again. Will never be able to.
In fact, on August 5, the Congress demonstrated from Parliament to the street against inflation, GST and the policies of the central government. Sonia, Priyanka and Rahul Gandhi along with Congress MPs raised slogans in Parliament wearing black clothes.
PM inaugurated the refinery's IndianOil 2, G Ethanol Plant, at Panipat through video conferencing. Meanwhile, he has targeted the opposition.
On the culture of giving free all facilities in politics, Narendra Modi said that if there is selfishness in politics, then anyone can come and announce to give free petrol and diesel. Such steps will take away their rights from our children, and prevent the country from becoming self-reliant. Due to such selfish policies, the burden on honest taxpayers of the country will also increase. He said that those who make such announcements for their political interests will never invest in new technology. They will make false promises to the farmer, but will never set up plants like ethanol to increase the income of the farmers.
PM Modi said that by adopting a short-cut, short-circuits definitely happens. Instead of following short-cuts, our government is engaged in permanent solutions to the problems. A lot was said about the problems of stubble over the years, but the short-cut ones could not provide a solution.
PM Modi said that many people have a habit of postponing problems by adopting short-cuts for political selfishness, they cannot solve the problems permanently. Those adopting short-cuts may get accolades for some time, and political gains may come, but the problem does not subside.
The PM said that today when the country is painted in the colour of the tricolour. I am happy that the strength and devotion of the country are being reflected together in the tricolour campaign, and in the tricolour yatras being held across the country.
At such a time some people are insulting the nectar festival of freedom and the tricolour. It is necessary to understand the mentality of such people.
Congress responded immediately to these allegations of the PM. Senior Congress leader Jairam Ramesh tweeted – They could not do anything to bring black money, now they are making a pointless issue about black clothes. The country wants the Prime Minister to talk about their problems, but Jumla Jivi keeps on speaking anything.