Khaleequr Rahman Condemns PM Modi's Language: Asserts BJP is Losing the Battle for India's Constitution and Democracy

Khaleequr Rahman Condemns PM Modi's Language: Asserts BJP is Losing the Battle for India's Constitution and Democracy

Khaleequr Rahman Condemns PM Modi's Language: Asserts BJP is Losing the Battle for India's Constitution and Democracy

Khaleequr Rahman, a senior leader of the All India Congress Committee (AICC), vehemently criticized Prime Minister Narendra Modi's rhetoric during the ongoing election campaign. Rahman stated that the frustration of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is evident in Modi's speeches, indicating that the party is on the verge of losing the election after the fifth phase of voting.

Rahman condemned the Prime Minister's language, asserting that Modi has forgotten the dignity of his position and is resorting to shameful tactics. He specifically highlighted Modi's derogatory references, which, according to Rahman, is an insult to the dignity of women and and PM disregards significant social issues. Rahman emphasized that Modi's words fail to honor the struggles of the people of Manipur, the pride of women (Mahilas), and the concerns of Mothers worried about their children's futures. Instead, Modi's language has demeaned women, an offense for which, Rahman believes, the female population of the country will not forgive him.

The AICC leader framed the election as a critical juncture for the preservation of India's constitution and democratic values. Rahman’s remarks came in direct response to the BJP's ambitious slogan, “Abki Baar 400 Par,” which he interpreted as a threat to the country’s constitutional integrity. 

Rahman did not hold back in his critique of the BJP's governance over the past decade, describing it as a period marked by "misrule." He urged voters to reject what he termed the "anti-people" Modi government, citing a dramatic rise in inflation and unemployment that has burdened ordinary citizens and painted a bleak picture of India's economic health. He accused the BJP of engaging in divisive politics, alleging that their strategy has been to polarize the nation along religious lines, fostering a toxic narrative of Hindus versus Muslims, Masjid versus Mandir.

Confident in a shift in public sentiment, Rahman suggested that the people of India are prepared to "teach BJP a lesson," indicating a widespread desire for change. He criticized Prime Minister Modi and his partymen for spreading falsehoods about the Congress manifesto, pointing out that Modi's statements have been inconsistent throughout the election phases, thereby eroding his credibility and that of his party.

Highlighting the Congress's campaign efforts, Rahman praised Rahul Gandhi's Bharat Jodo Yatra and Nyay Yatra, describing these initiatives as crucial in connecting Gandhi with a broad spectrum of Indian society. He portrayed the Congress manifesto, referred to as the Nyay Patra, as a genuine reflection of the people's voices and aspirations, crafted to address their needs and concerns comprehensively.

Rahman's statements encapsulate a broader sentiment within the Congress party that this election is a referendum on the BJP's governance and its impact on India's socio-economic fabric. The Congress's call for change is rooted in a promise to restore constitutional sanctity and promote inclusive development. As the election is approaching its last two phases, political rhetoric is intensifying and according to Rahman, the Congress party is the real custodian of democracy and constitution. 

In conclusion, Rahman underscored the Congress's narrative that the upcoming election is a decisive battle for the soul of the nation. By emphasizing the protection of the constitution and democracy, critiquing the BJP's record, and showcasing Rahul Gandhi's grassroots connections through the Bharat Jodo and Nyay Yatras, Rahman depicted a country at a crossroads. The electorate, he suggested, is poised to choose between divergent visions for India's future.

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