The opposition termed the Prime Minister’s speech as an election speech full of lies.

The Congress General Secretary said that the Prime Minister tried to blame the inflation on the rest of the world, when the fact is that crude oil prices were much lower than during the UPA regime. Terming the reforms introduced by the Prime Minister as anti-people, Ramesh alleged, “Prime Minister Modi’s failures in the last nine years can be summed up in three words ‘Driniti, Niaj and Badniti’.” Rhetoric and pretense cannot hide the truth that is exposed to the whole country.

Opposition parties on Tuesday dismissed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Independence Day address as “an election speech full of lies, exaggerations and empty promises” and claimed it was Modi’s “farewell” speech from the ramparts of the Red Fort. Is. The Congress said that instead of uniting the country on Independence Day, the Prime Minister only talked about himself and his image and did not accept the challenges ahead. On the Prime Minister’s claim of hoisting the flag at the Red Fort next year and handing out report cards of his achievements, Congress president Mallikarjan Kharge said that Modi will hoist the flag at his residence next year. He also said that the Prime Minister’s claim that he will again address the nation from the Red Fort next year shows arrogance.

In a statement, Congress General Secretary Jairam Ramesh alleged, “Instead of telling the people on August 15, 2023 what his government has achieved in the last nine years, Prime Minister Modi has made lies, exaggerations and vague promises.” started a ridiculous election campaign full of “made a speech.’ Prime Minister Modi on Tuesday expressed confidence that he will once again address the nation from the ramparts of the Red Fort next year and present the progress of the promises made to the people. Addressing the nation from the ramparts of the Red Fort on the occasion of the 77th Independence Day, the Prime Minister said, “Next time on August 15, from this Red Fort, I want to present to you the achievements of the country, your strength, your power.” I am The commitment, the progress it has made, its success and pride… I will present it to you with full confidence.

After his address, Congress president Mallikarjan Kharge told reporters, “Every man says he will win again and again, but winning and losing is in the hands of the voters.” He is talking about hoisting the flag next year, it is arrogance,” he quipped. “He (the prime minister) will hoist the flag next year, but at his home.” Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) ) claimed. His farewell speech from the fort of Lal Qila. AAP leader Saurabh Bhardwaj alleged, “I believe this was PM Modi’s farewell speech. He tried to list all the things he had done in the last 10 years but there was nothing remarkable. Listening to his speech No need. His work clearly shows that he has failed.

Trinamool Congress Rajya Sabha member Derek O’Brien challenged the government to bring a ‘one person per family bill’ if it is against family politics. Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury in his post on X (formerly Twitter) compared India’s economy, human development index and child mortality rate with other countries. Hoy targeted the government. Communist Party of India Member of Parliament Binay Wisam termed Modi’s speech as political and jargon. Samajwadi Party president Akhilesh Yadav said Modi should first look at Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath when he talks about ‘Peruvarad’. Yadav is believed to be referring to Adityanath, the Mahant of Gorakhpur in Gorakhpur.

Bihar Deputy Chief Minister and Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Tejashwi Yadav said that Prime Minister Modi’s statement that he will hoist the tricolor from the Red Fort next year. He said that the Prime Minister has forgotten that nothing is permanent. The country has seen many rulers and all of them have become powerless in one way or another. The prime minister feels he is free from all that.” Instead of acknowledging the challenges, Day focused on his image.” Ramesh claimed, “The prime minister has barely addressed the devastation caused by the violence in Manipur and carelessly compared it to what is happening in other parts of the country.

They have not regretted or acknowledged the failures that have turned Manipur into a conflict zone, but the entire country has seen their fate in Manipur where women are brutally oppressed. He said that the Prime Minister’s statement that there is no shortage of opportunities for the youth in the country is also wrong. “The country’s diversity is being eroded by justifying attacks on local cultures and languages ​​and mob violence against the most vulnerable, especially Dalits, Adivasis and minorities,” Ramesh alleged. The social fabric of the country has been torn apart by the media control and misuse of social media by the Modi government, BJP and the hard-line leadership of the Sangh Parivar.

The Congress General Secretary said that the Prime Minister tried to blame the inflation on the rest of the world, when the fact is that crude oil prices were much lower than during the UPA regime. Terming the reforms introduced by the prime minister as anti-people, Ramesh alleged, “Prime Minister Modi’s failures in the last nine years can be summed up in three words ‘bad, unfair and bad intentions’.” Rhetoric and pretense can no longer hide the truth that is exposed to the entire nation.

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