PM Modi: 'The idea of property distribution is an urban Naxalite thinking', PM Modi targets Rahul Gandhi


Posted on 29th Apr 2024 12:20 pm by rohit kumar

Before the third phase of Lok Sabha elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is fiercely attacking Congress. He has cornered the Congress over opposition leader Sam Pitroda's statement on inheritance tax. The Prime Minister clearly said that he would never allow inheritance tax to be implemented in the country. PM Modi has described Congress MP Rahul Gandhi's idea of property distribution as an urban Naxalite thinking.


 

PM Modi's counter-attack on Rahul Gandhi

While giving an interview to Network 18, Prime Minister Narendra Modi fiercely targeted Rahul Gandhi. In this interview, he explained how Rahul Gandhi's idea of property distribution is an urban Naxalite thinking. During this, PM Modi clearly said that inheritance tax is being advocated by Congress, which the BJP government will never allow to be implemented.


 

 

In the interview, PM Modi said, "A Congress leader gave an interview in America. During this, he mentioned inheritance tax. In this, 55 percent of your property is taxedNow I am talking about development and inheritance, but They want to loot that heritage. It is my responsibility to tell the people in which direction they are taking the country. Now you decide whether you want to go there or not."


 

Clarifying the BJP's stand, PM Modi said, "What the BJP is planning has been mentioned in the manifesto. We come before the country with our manifesto and actions." PM Modi was also questioned on Rahul Gandhi's 'X-ray' statement of caste-based census. Responding to this, he said, "X-ray means raiding every house. If a woman has hidden gold in her house instead of grains, she will also be X-rayed. Her jewelry will be confiscated." The land will be redistributedThis is completely urban Naxalite thinking. Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had already said who has the first right to the resources of the country and this is where his intentions became clear.

 

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PM Modi also spoke on the claims of changing the Constitution and crossing 400

In another interview, PM Modi also talked about the claims of changing the Constitution and winning more than 400 seats. In an interview with Times of India, PM Modi discussed many issues. PM Modi targeted Congress on the question related to the goal of getting the maximum majority and changing the Constitution.


 

PM Modi said, "The people who changed the Constitution the most number of times are now the same ones who are saying that we are going to change the Constitution. You should see my record. You should see my record since I was the Chief Minister. Must read."


 

PM Modi was also questioned on BJP's claims of winning 370 seats and NDA's more than 400 seats. On this, he said, "The slogans of the party reflect the sentiments of the people. This time we have crossed 400, this slogan is a bit emotional for us. Article 370 has been an emotional issue for us. For many generations, people have been waiting for its removal. This time the slogan for NDA has crossed 400 marks.


 

Attacking Congress, PM Modi said that the opposition is not able to come to power, hence they are defaming India on the global stage. They are spreading rumors against our people, democracy, and institutions. Aiming at Rahul Gandhi, PM Modi said that if the Crown Prince does not get power, it does not mean that India has become undemocratic.

 

Also Read: Lok Sabha Election: In the second phase, six ministers of the Central Government are also in the fray, who is challenging whom?

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