Rahul Gandhi’s Video Message on Manipur Violence: Surprising Revelation about PM Modi

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has launched a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He accused him of turning a blind eye to the escalating Manipur Violence. Gandhi asserts that the current situation in the region is a direct result of the Prime Minister’s ideology and negligence. The Congress leader’s remarks come as a stark critique of the ruling government’s handling of the unrest in Manipur and raise concerns about the security and well-being of the people in the troubled state.

Rahul Gandhi’s Video Message on Manipur Violence

Rahul Gandhi, the leader of the Congress, unleashed a harsh attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday. It was in response to the ongoing violence in Manipur. Stating that the BJP leader is aware that his ideology is to blame for setting fire to the northeastern state. Gandhi claimed in a video message released by the Congress that Modi only represents a small group of people and is unconcerned with the pain of the women of Manipur. Where they showed three women being paraded while completely naked.

“You all witnessed what is taking place in Manipur. You might have expected the country’s prime leader to speak up when a state is on fire. Many of you would have expected the prime minister at least to travel to Imphal. Travel to Imphal and interact with the populace” Gandhi added.

“You’d be surprised at why the prime minister of the nation doesn’t visit Manipur and give a speech about it. It’s because Narendra Modi represents a small group of RSS members as prime minister. He has no connection to Manipur. He is aware that his philosophy has ignited a fire in Manipur,” he continued.

According to Gandhi, the Bharatiya Janata Party is only concerned with obtaining power. They will stop at nothing to accomplish so. “They will burn Manipur and the entire nation in the pursuit of power. The govt doesn’t care about the nation’s suffering,” he claimed.

Modi has been requested to make a statement in front of lawmakers then there will be a discussion. In order to attempt and corner the government on the ongoing violence in Manipur and demand a reply from the prime minister, the opposition grouping even tabled a no-confidence vote in the Lok Sabha.

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The Motion of No-Confidence Against the Modi Government

The opposition coalition led by the Congress stepped up its criticism of the Modi administration. It was in the wake of a July 19 viral video incident. Where they showed three women being paraded while completely naked.

Modi has been requested to make a statement in front of lawmakers then there will be a discussion. The demand for a statement from the prime minister was described as a “caveat for disruptions” by Union Home Minister Amit Shah, who did say that the administration was prepared to make a statement.

In order to attempt and corner the government on the ongoing violence in Manipur and demand a reply from the prime minister, the opposition grouping even tabled a no-confidence vote in the Lok Sabha.

The no-confidence resolution by Congress legislator Gaurav Gogoi was accepted by Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla on Wednesday, setting up a parliamentary conflict between the NDA, the current government, and the newly formed INDIA.

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