PM Modi on his possible third term; ‘Democracy is in danger’ claims criticized

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday compared his government’s work of the last 10 years to an appetizer and said the “main course” has not been served yet.

“The work I have done in the last 10 years is appetizing, the plate is yet to come,” PM Modi told a huge crowd in Maharashtra’s Ramtek.

“I guarantee you – ‘Har pal desh ke naam, har pal aap ke naam’ (Every moment for the country, every moment for the people); 24×7 for 2047,” he further said.

PM Modi condemned the opposition’s allegations of endangering democracy and the Constitution if he returns to power.

“Even when Atal Bihari Vajpayee was in power, he used to do the same. This means that he does not have any new ideas. Was democracy not in danger when Emergency was imposed?” He asked question.

PM Modi expressed happiness over the inauguration of the Ram temple in Ayodhya and said that Ram Lalla will no longer be sheltered in a tent but will be enshrined in a grand temple on the occasion of Ram Navami, a Hindu festival celebrating the birth of Lord Rama. Celebrates birth.

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Modi intensified his attack on the Congress party regarding the inauguration of Ram temple, saying, “INDI alliance did not even accept the invitation for the consecration ceremony.” They are anti-Sanatan and organize rallies with those who want to destroy Sanatan.”

The Prime Minister also attacked the Congress party for opposing the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and alleged that their stance is driven by political agenda rather than concern for the marginalized.

“Congress is against CAA because its biggest beneficiaries are Dalits. They can protest as much as they want, but all CAA beneficiaries will get citizenship and that is Modi’s guarantee,” he said.

Modi holds rally to drum up support for NDA candidates in the region – Union minister Nitish Gadkari from Nagpur; Raju Parve, Shiv Sena candidate from Ramtek; Sunil Baburao Mendhe, BJP candidate from Bhandara-Gondiya.

Raju Parve recently joined Eknath Shinde-led Shiv Sena from the Congress party.

Elections for 48 Lok Sabha seats in Maharashtra will be held in five phases on April 19, April 26, May 7, May 13 and May 20.