Amit Shah Slams ‘Save Democracy’ Rally, Targets Rahul Gandhi and Indira Gandhi

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GG News Bureau
Jodhpur, 2nd April. 
Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that Rahul Gandhi has no authority to discuss democracy because his grandmother, former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, imprisoned thousands of people and banned political parties during the Emergency.

Shah responded to the INDIA bloc parties’ Loktantra Bachao (save democracy) rally in Delhi’s Ramlila Maidan by asserting that only Narendra Modi will return as Prime Minister, regardless of how many parties come together.

He emphasized that those involved in corruption will face consequences and that the people are prepared to elect Narendra Modi as Prime Minister for the third time, leading India to become the world’s third-largest economy.

Shah’s comments followed the INDIA bloc leaders’ call to defeat the BJP to safeguard democracy and the Constitution, claiming that the Opposition faced unfair conditions in the Lok Sabha elections due to the government’s actions.

Rahul Gandhi accused PM Modi of manipulating the elections and warned of dire consequences if the BJP altered the Constitution through such means.

Shah criticized Rahul Gandhi, stating that those involved in corruption will be punished and that he has no right to discuss democracy given his grandmother’s actions during the Emergency.

He also mentioned incidents of violence in Rajasthan under Congress rule and assured that justice will prevail without favoritism under BJP governance.

Shah outlined the BJP’s goals for the upcoming elections and highlighted the party’s achievements in various sectors under PM Modi’s leadership.

He praised the government’s efforts to improve the economy, security, and infrastructure, while also mentioning significant policy changes and the successful removal of Article 370.

Shah emphasized the BJP’s commitment to fighting dynastic politics and promoting merit-based leadership, contrasting it with the practices of other political parties.

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