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PM Narendra Modi targets Rahul Gandhi, some people hurt by the success of India’s democracy and institutions are attacking

New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said that the success of India’s democracy and its institutions is hurting some people and hence they are attacking it. He has apparently taken a jibe at Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for criticizing the state of democracy in the country. Modi said at the ‘India Today Conclave’ that when the country is full of confidence and resolve and the intellectuals of the world are optimistic about India, there is talk of pessimism, showing the country in bad light and hurting the morale of the country. Are.

Without naming anyone, Modi said, “When some auspicious work is being done, it is a tradition to apply black tika. So when so many auspicious works are happening, some people have taken the responsibility of applying this black tika. His comments come amid an uproar over Gandhi’s comments during his visit to Britain and the BJP accusing him of defaming the country on foreign soil and seeking foreign interference.

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Modi said that India has shown the world that democracy can give results.

‘Country will continue to move forward despite attacks’
The Prime Minister said, “The success of India’s democracy and its institutions is hurting some people and that’s why they are attacking it.” Modi said he was confident that despite such attacks, the country would move forward to fulfill its objectives.

Targeting the opposition, Modi said that earlier scams used to make headlines, but now the news is being made that the ‘corrupt’ are joining hands to take action against them. Modi said the world is saying that it is India’s time and this has been possible because of the change in making promises and keeping them.

The Prime Minister said that all governments work according to their capacity and results are also given accordingly, but his government wants new results and works at a different pace and scale. He said, “Today India is the fastest growing economy in the world. This smartphone is number one in terms of data consumers. It is the second largest mobile manufacturer and has the third largest startup ecosystem.

The Prime Minister said that the leading economists, analysts and thinkers of the world are saying in one voice that it is time for India.

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