"The silence of our eloquent PM ...": Sonia Gandhi's attack in Congress

"The silence of our eloquent PM …": Sonia Gandhi’s attack in Congress

In a keen comment on Prime Minister Narendra Modi today, Speaker of Parliament Sonia Gandhi said that his “minimum government, maximum governance” policy kept the country permanently polarized and brutalized the minority. He said it was “painfully obvious” to mean threatening political opponents. “Our eloquent Prime Minister” is silent when his healing touch is most needed, she said at the party “Chintan Sybil” that began this afternoon in Udaipur, Rajasthan.

“Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his party continue to seek” minimum government, maximum governance. ” This means keeping the country in a permanent polarization and keeping people in a constant state of fear and anxiety. It is an integral part of our society and sacrifices and is brutal to the minority, who are equal citizens of our republic, “argued Sonia Gandhi.

“It means taking advantage of the ancient pluralities of our society to divide us and overturn the thoughts of carefully nurtured unity and diversity. It threatens and threatens political opponents. And it means damaging their reputation and using investigative agencies to imprison them with a flimsy excuse. “

“It means the constant decline of our leaders, especially Jawaharlal Nehru. It means praising Mahatma Gandhi’s murderer. It means weakening democracy. And It weakens our old multiplicity and unity, “she added.

Sonia Gandhi urged parliamentary leaders to discuss open-mindedly and openly express their views, changing parliamentary organization is a time-consuming process, and the conference “with a tint on national issues. He said it was about “atomatintan with organizational significance.”