Communists rejected, Congress losing relevance: Amit Shah in Kerala
Sounding the election trumpet for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections in the south in Kerala, Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday launched a scathing attack on the CPI(M) and the Congress, which have been in flux for a long time in the southern state, saying the former has been rejected worldwide while the latter is losing relevance in the country.
Hitting out at the two parties for contesting the recently held Tripura assembly elections in alliance, the Union Home Minister said that the CPI(M) and Congress do not see eye to eye in Kerala, they have come together in the northeastern state. For the sake of “their existence”.
“Voters in Kerala have long been giving the Congress and the Communists opportunities to rule the state. However, the Communists are struggling for relevance across the world. The entire world has rejected the Communists, while the entire country Congress has been pushed. On the brink of oblivion. I appeal to people to give a chance to BJP under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi in 2024 Lok Sabha elections. We are trying to develop Kerala as well as across the country. will do Congress And the CPI(M) contesting elections as bitter rivals in Kerala, they came together for the Tripura elections. They joined forces to fight the BJP, in a desperate bid to stay relevant, and yet, the people of Tripura brought us back with an absolute majority,” Shah said at a public meeting in the southern state on Sunday.
Calling for a ban on the Popular Front of India imposed last year, the Union Home Minister said that neither the Congress nor the CPI(M) welcomed the move due to their vote bank politics.
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“The BJP government imposed a total ban on PFI to free Kerala from the violence they had committed. We took this big decision in the interest of national security, but neither the Communists nor the Congress. Welcomed it. They are silent because of vote-bank concerns. We do not practice vote bank politics. We have banned the organization which practices violence and works against the country. ” said the Shah.
Hitting out at the Congress for the slogans raised by some Congress leaders against Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the national capital on February 23, Shah said that the more abuses are made against Prime Minister Modi, the more the lotus will blossom.
“Congress has lowered the level of public discourse in the country. Recently, some senior Congress leaders raised slogans against the Prime Minister – ‘Modi teri kabar khudgi’. I want to tell Rahul Gandhi that you hate PM Modi as much as you do. The more you abuse. The more you slander us, the more the lotus will bloom. The people of Kerala neither accept violence nor the communists’ politics of violence,” he said.
Targeting the Congress on the issue of security, Shah said that the UPA on terrorist attacks. No action was taken during the regime while Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government gives a befitting response to Pakistan for cross-border terrorism.
Prime Minister Modi has made the country safe in the last 9 years. Before this UPA During the government, there were constant attacks from across the border in Pakistan. Terrorists used to behead our soldiers and the Congress government kept silent for the sake of votes. – Bank politics. Under Prime Minister Modi’s rule, Uri and Pulwama happened, but both attacks were avenged by our jawans, who went across the border and carried out surgical strikes on terrorists,” he said.
Shah urged the people of the state to vote back Prime Minister Modi in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.
“This rally is organized to prepare for the 2024 elections. I have come to appeal to the people of Kerala with folded hands to give Prime Minister Modi one more chance in the 2024 elections and to elect their representatives to Parliament. Giving, the country has made more progress. 9 years under PM Modi than in the last 70 years,” he said.
Detailing the central projects being implemented in Kerala, he said, “Kochi Metro Phase 1 has been inaugurated and Rs 1950 crore has been allocated for the second phase. Rs 773 crore has been spent on two smart city projects. Apart from this, Rs 55,000 crore has also been sanctioned for national highways,” he said.
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