PM Modi: 'Congress' loot during life, even after life...', PM Modi said in Chhattisgarh - He does not want you to give your property to children.


Posted on 24th Apr 2024 12:42 pm by rohit kumar

PM Modi addressed a public meeting in Surguja, Chhattisgarh today. PM Modi mentioned inheritance tax while targeting Congress.


 

PM Modi said that the advisor to the prince of the royal family had said some time ago that more taxes should be imposed on the middle class. Now these people have gone one step further. Now Congress says that it will impose an Inheritance Tax, and it will also impose tax on the inheritance received from parents.


 

Congress will impose inheritance tax burden on you: PM Modi

Prime Minister Modi further said, that as long as you are alive, Congress will hit you with higher taxes and when you are no longer alive, it will impose the burden of Inheritance Tax on you. Those who considered the entire Congress Party as their ancestral property and gave it to their children, now do not want Indians to give their property to their children."


 

PM Modi's attack on Congress

At the same time, PM Modi said that when I say developed India, the heads of Congresspeople and some powers sitting in the world get heated. If India becomes powerful, the game of some forces will be disturbed. If India becomes self-reliant, some forces will be out of business. That's why they want a weak government of Congress and Indian alliance in India.


 

PM Modi further said that now Congress says that it will impose tax on the property received from parents. Your child will not inherit the wealth you create. The claws of Congress will snatch it from you. The PM said that Congress says that Congress's loot is with life as well as the afterlife.


 

Sam Pitroda's statement created an uproar

A few days ago, Indian Overseas Congress President Sam Pitroda spoke in Chicago, America regarding property distribution.


 

The Congress leader said, "There is inheritance tax in America. If someone has a property worth $100 million and when he dies he can transfer only 45 percent to his children."


 

He further said, "55 percent is grabbed by the government. It is an interesting law. It says that you created wealth in your generation and now you are leaving, you should leave your wealth to the public - not the whole, half." I like this fair law."


 

BJP expressed strong objection to this statement of Sam Pitroda. When the statement of the Congress leader gained momentum, the Congress Party and Sam Pitroda themselves clarified on this matter.


 

Congress is on the back foot: Amit Shah

At the same time, Union Minister Amit Shah has also targeted Congress while mentioning inheritance tax. Amit Shah said, "First of all the manifesto, then the old statement of former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh that 'We believe that minorities have the first right on the country's resources' and now the statement of Sam Pitroda, who played an important role in making their manifesto, that property Partition should be considered.


 

When Prime Minister Modi raised this issue, Rahul Gandhi, Sonia Gandhi, and the entire Congress have come on the back foot that this is not their intention, but Sam Pitroda's statement has made their intention clear that they will survey the wealth of the people of the country. The priority they had set during the UPA rule by putting private property in the government treasury, they wanted to distribute it among the minorities and Muslims too, who have the first right to the country's resources.


 

People should take Sam Pitroda's statement seriously: Amit Shah

Amit Shah further said, "I believe that the Congress Party should either remove this from its manifesto or accept that this is their objective. I also appeal to the people of the country to support Sam, the head of their important policy-making team." Take Pitroda's statement seriously.

 

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