PM Modi Accuses Congress of Bringing Disrepute to India During Its Rule

Prime Minister Narendra Modi criticized the Congress for tarnishing the country’s reputation and praised Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for his unblemished record at an election rally in Jamui. He hinted at India’s retaliatory actions under the BJP-led NDA government without naming Pakistan, emphasizing the revival of the Magadha empire’s glory. Modi indirectly targeted the Aam Aadmi Party for allying with the Congress in Delhi, highlighting their past accusations of corruption now turned into attacks against him. He cited security concerns during Congress rule and referenced the “land for jobs scam,” praising Nitish Kumar’s integrity as a former railway minister. Additionally, Modi accused the RJD-Congress alliance of disrespecting the Ram temple in Ayodhya and opposing the election of a tribal woman as President. Expressing optimism about the NDA’s electoral prospects, he anticipated winning all 40 seats in Bihar and achieving a nationwide target of over 400 seats.

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