HomeBreaking NewsRahul Gandhi Was Requested About PM's Dynasty Jab. His Reply- Newslength

Rahul Gandhi Was Requested About PM’s Dynasty Jab. His Reply- Newslength

Rahul Gandhi earlier at this time greeted the nation on the event of Independence Day.

New Delhi:

Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Monday refused to touch upon Prime Minister’s Narendra Modi’s “two big challenges” comment made earlier throughout the latter’s tackle on the Crimson Fort.

PM Modi, throughout his tackle on the event of Independence Day, stated corruption and nepotism are the dual evils that India is going through.

“Corruption is damaging country like termite. The country will have to fight it… We have to weed out corruption,” PM Modi stated.

The Prime Minister then turned his focus to “Bhai-Bhatijabaad, parivarvaad”, a slogan usually echoed by the BJP throughout elections to assault the Congress.

“Bhai-bhatijawad, pariwarwad (focus on dynasty and family) is not just confined to politics,” PM Modi stated.

“The shadow of parivarvaad lies on several institutions. Our many institutions affected by family rule, it harms our talent, nation’s capabilities and gives rise to corruption… We have to develop an intolerance for this to save institutions. The welfare of the family has nothing to do with the welfare of the nation. Let’s cleanse India’s politics and institutions from the shackles of parivaarwad,” he added.  

When requested to touch upon the PM’s comment, Rahul Gandhi stated: “I won’t make a comment on these things. Happy Independence to everyone.”

The Congress chief earlier at this time greeted the nation on the event of India celebrating 75 years of independence.

Sharing a quote from former prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru’s ‘Tryst with Future’ speech, Mr Gandhi posted a montage of images on India’s wealthy historical past.

“To India, our much-loved motherland, the ancient, the eternal and the ever-new, we pay our reverent homage and we bind ourselves afresh to her service. Happy Independence Day! Jai Hind,” he wrote on Twitter.



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisment -

Most Popular

Recent Comments