PM has forgotten last 10 years of ‘Undeclared Emergency’: Kharge

PM has forgotten last 10 years of ‘Undeclared Emergency’: Kharge

New Delhi June 24: Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge on Monday hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for reminding about the 50-year-old Emergency while he himself has forgotten the last 10 years of “Undeclared Emergency”, which was ended by the people in the last election.

On social media post X, Kharge said, “You are reminding us of the 50-year-old Emergency, but have forgotten the last 10 years of Undeclared Emergency, which was ended by the people. People have given their mandate against Modi ji. Despite this, if he has become the Prime Minister, then he should work. People need substance, not slogans – remember this yourself.”

Kharge also said that even after Modi suffered a “moral and political defeat, the arrogance remains”.

“The nation was hoping that Modi ji would say something on many important issues. He will show some sympathy towards the youth regarding the paper leak in NEET and other recruitment examinations, but he did not take any responsibility for the massive rigging and corruption of his government.” the Congress president said.

He also accused the Prime Minister for remaining silent on “The recent train accident in West Bengal and utter mismanagement of the Railways. Manipur has been in the grip of violence for the last 13 months, but Modi ji did not bother to visit the state nor did he express any concern about the fresh violence in his speech today.

“Be it the floods in Assam and the Northeast, the backbreaking Price Rise, the historic fall of the Rupee, or be it the Exit Poll-Stock Market scam, Modi ji is mum.”

He said that the Modi government has kept the next census pending for a long time and the PM was completely silent even on the caste census.

“The opposition and INDIA Janbandhan want Consensus in Parliament, we will keep raising the voice of the people in the House, on the streets and before everyone,” Kharge said.

UNI

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