Prime Minister Narendra Modi responded to the motion of thanks on the President’s address in the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday. In the Parliament, he fiercely targeted the Congress in the same manner as his speech in the Lok Sabha. PM Modi reminded Congress of its history on various issues ranging from reservation. During this, PM Modi took such a dig at Congress National President Mallikarjun Kharge that the entire House echoed with laughter. Let us know what PM Modi has said.
Where will you get such an opportunity again…
PM Modi said in the House – “I could not say it that day but I express my special gratitude to Kharge ji. I was listening to him very attentively and with pleasure that day. We are missing the entertainment in the Lok Sabha. He completed it. I was wondering how he got the chance to speak for so long and then I realized that two special commanders were not there so he took advantage of it. I think Kharge ji heard that song. It would be like, ‘Where will I get such an opportunity again?’
Kharge blessed 400 seats- PM Modi
PM Modi said in the House that one thing is a matter of happiness that Mallikarjun Kharge has blessed 400 seats for NDA and your blessings are on my eyes. In fact, recently in the Parliament, Mallikarjun Kharge had given a statement crossing 400 to the NDA. Looking at PM Modi, he said that you have so much majority, earlier it was 330-340, this time it is crossing 400.
Congress is opposed to Dalits, backward classes and tribals since birth.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that Congress has been the biggest opponent of Dalits, backward people and tribals since birth. Sometimes a question comes in my mind that if Baba Saheb was not there, would SC/ST not have got reservation? Whatever Nehru ji said is always set in stone for Congress. You may say anything for show, but your thinking is proved by many such examples. Congress deprived SC/ST, OBC of Jammu and Kashmir of their rights for seven decades.
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