PM Modi Counters Rahul Gandhi’s “Country Will Be on Fire” Warning with Strong Rebuke

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GG News Bureau
Rudrapur, 2nd April. 
Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a scathing attack on Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, referring to him as the “prince” of the Opposition’s “royal family” during a BJP rally in Rudrapur, Uttarakhand.

Responding to Gandhi’s warning that the country would be engulfed in flames if the BJP returned to power, PM Modi questioned the Congress leader’s democratic language and urged the people to reject such rhetoric.

In his address, PM Modi slammed the Congress for its alleged “Emergency mindset” and accused the party of instigating unrest against the electoral mandate. He emphasized the stark contrast between the BJP’s agenda of honesty and transparency versus the “corrupt and dynastic” forces aligning against it.

The Prime Minister’s remarks come in the wake of Rahul Gandhi’s comments at a joint Opposition rally in Delhi’s Ramlila Maidan, where he accused the BJP of orchestrating the upcoming Lok Sabha elections through manipulation of electronic voting machines (EVMs) and pressuring the media. Gandhi warned of dire consequences if the BJP emerged victorious and suggested that the country would be in turmoil.

PM Modi reiterated his commitment to combating corruption, asserting that his government would intensify its efforts in the third term. Additionally, the BJP has lodged a complaint with the Election Commission against Rahul Gandhi’s statements regarding EVMs, demanding strict action for allegedly undermining the integrity of the electoral process.

Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri condemned Gandhi’s remarks, labeling them as inflammatory and aimed at sowing seeds of doubt and distrust among the electorate regarding the fairness of the electoral process and the impartiality of the Election Commission.

The exchange of verbal volleys between the BJP and the Congress underscores the escalating political tensions ahead of the Lok Sabha elections, with both parties vying for public support amidst accusations and counter-accusations.

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