On Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the Congress represents the three sins that are keeping India from developing: appeasement, nepotism, and corruption.
At a public meeting in Baran, Rajasthan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi remarked that Congress politicians behave in an unruly manner and that the state’s citizens suffer as a result of the governing party’s support for criminals, rioters, and thieves.
“It will be challenging to fulfill the resolution to make India a developed nation as long as the three enemies of the country—corruption, nepotism, and appeasement—remain among us.” “The Congress represents these three evils the most,” Modi said to the assembly.
“The people is suffering because everyone is disorderly, even ministers and Congress MLAs. He said, “Robbers, rioters, tyrants, and criminals have taken over the people of Rajasthan thanks to the Congress.”
“Today, even children in Rajasthan are saying ‘Gehlot ji, you won’t get votes’,” he said.
Regarding the state of law and order in Rajasthan, the prime minister also took aim at the Congress, claiming that some of its ministers had been seen supporting those who had perpetrated crimes against sisters and daughters.
Assuring the welfare and protection of women is the BJP’s top concern, according to Modi.
The Congress’s backing has raised the spirit of anti-social elements in Rajasthan, he said.