PM Modi kicks off meme fest, calls Rahul Gandhi’s speech in Parliament a sympathy drama

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has sharply criticised Rahul Gandhi’s recent speech in Parliament, terming it “sympathy drama” and labelling Gandhi as having “balak buddhi”, a sign of childish intelligence. During his address, PM Modi suggested that when someone with a childish intelligence loses all sense, they resort to lying and winking at each other in Parliament. He compared it to “vivek buddhi”, highlighting the clash between immaturity and logic.

PM Modi accused the opposition of spreading misinformation on various issues, including electronic voting machines (EVMs), the Constitution, reservation policies, Agniveer Yojana, minimum support price (MSP) and controversies involving Rafale, HAL, LIC and banks.

He urged Speaker Om Birla to keep a check on the lies propagated by the opposition and stop it, stressing that even though the opposition is immature, they should not be underestimated and a strict watch must be kept on them.

In his speech, Modi told Rahul Gandhi, “Tumse na ho paayega”, while making a reference to the popular film “Gangs of Wasseypur”. He emphasised that his government seeks satisfaction rather than appeasement. Participating in the debate on the motion of thanks on the President’s address, PM Modi highlighted that the country has chosen the NDA for its strong stand against corruption. He outlined his agenda for the third term, focusing on achieving a “developed India” by 2047 and vowed to work tirelessly towards this goal.