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Prime Minister Narendra Modi Critique on Congress’s Wealth Redistribution Proposal Sparks Controversy

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Critique on Congress's Wealth Redistribution Proposal Sparks Controversy

Controversy swirls around Prime Minister Narendra Modi recent remarks on the Congress party’s proposal for wealth redistribution. Despite the Congress filing a complaint with the Election Commission of India (ECI) over Modi’s claim that the party intends to redistribute wealth among Muslims, Modi remains steadfast in his stance. He has, in fact, intensified his criticism of the Congress on this issue during his recent rallies.

Modi’s Firm Stance in Rajasthan

On Monday, Prime Minister Modi revisited Rajasthan, merely two days after addressing the same issue in the state.

Modi asserted that he had presented certain truths to the nation during a 90-second segment of his speech in Rajasthan, causing a stir within the Congress.

The Hidden Agenda

The Prime Minister reiterated that the Congress aims to confiscate property from the people and distribute it among their “special individuals.” He referred to this as the Congress’ covert agenda, exposing it as a tactic for securing votes.

BJP’s Counterclaims

While the Congress and its leaders deny any mention of the “Wealth Redistribution Survey” in their manifesto, the BJP points to a video of Rahul Gandhi’s speech on April 6, where he made a similar statement during the manifesto launch. Modi now cites Gandhi’s statement, emphasizing that their leader publicly declared their intent to redistribute wealth during his speech.

Escalating the Attack

Modi further escalated his attack by bringing up the reservation issue, alleging that the Congress had previously advocated for Muslim reservation, casting doubt on their motives. He claimed that between 2004 and 2010, the Congress in Andhra Pradesh made several attempts to implement reservation for Muslims as a pilot project, with plans for nationwide implementation. “But the Supreme Court did not permit it,” he added.

Unconstitutional Intentions

Taking a jab, Modi asserted that the Congress aims to provide reservation to their “special group,” which he argued was unconstitutional as it involved reducing SC-ST reservation while allocating a portion to Muslims, giving them undue advantage.

Modi’s Promise

The Prime Minister emphasized that reservation for backward communities would not be abolished or redistributed based on religion. He made this promise from an open stage.

BJP Demands Clarity

The controversy surrounding the ‘Wealth Redistribution’ initiative continues to escalate, with senior BJP leaders like Amit Shah and Yogi Adityanath demanding clarity from the Congress regarding the proposed exercise and the nature of the promised ‘financial and institutional survey’ mentioned by Rahul Gandhi.

Congress’s Move

Meanwhile, the Congress awaits action from the Election Commission, expressing concerns about the poll body’s “independence and autonomy.” Additionally, the party plans to present copies of its manifesto to the Prime Minister.

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