Senior Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge on Sunday hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the last’s assault on the terrific old gathering. Conversing with media persons at a capacity in Mumbai, the veteran pioneer said that Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) pioneer Modi who was earlier chaiwala could turn into the Prime Minister of the nation in light of the fact that the Congress protected majority rules system.
“Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been asking, at each capacity, about what the Congress has improved the situation the nation in the previous 70 years. A chaiwala like him could end up Prime Minister since we safeguarded majority rules system”, said Kharge.
He likewise went up against the Prime Minister over the issue of Emergency, saying that while Modi talks in regards to the Emergency that happened 43 years back, there has been an undeclared Emergency in the nation since the BJP-drove NDA came to control in 2014.
“Modi talks about Emergency that happened 43 years back, yet shouldn’t something be said about the undeclared Emergency in most recent four years? Ranchers are submitting suicide, agrarian plans are falling flat, agriculturists aren’t getting new credits and exchange is on moderate track,” he said.
This comes days after the BJP, drove by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, propelled a searing assault on the Congress party over the issue of Emergency forced by the previous PM Indira Gandhi. Focusing on the Gandhi family, the Prime Minister had asserted that Emergency was forced for the advantage of just a single family.
“The eagerness of remaining in control was with the end goal that majority rule government was yielded. Political pioneers who were generally regarded were put in the slammer. It was altogether done as such that one family – the Gandhi family – could profit,” Prime Minister Modi had said.
The BJP watched a dark day to check the commemoration of Emergency wherein Prime Minister Modi asserted that the Congress had constantly raised the dread of the nation being in the emergency at whatever point the Gandhi family dreaded losing its position.
“At whatever point the family has dreaded losing its position, it continues yelling that the Country is an emergency and there is an air of dread… The gathering which has no interior vote based system can’t be relied upon to cling to the goals of majority rule government,” he had said.