BJP MP Cites PM’s Strong Critique of Congress, I.N.D.I.A. as ‘Like Indian Mujahideen’

BJP MP Ravi Shankar Prasad, speaking to reporters outside Parliament, launched a scathing attack on the ‘directionless’ opposition’s I.N.D.I.A alliance after the BJP’s parliamentary meet. Quoting Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s remark about the Congress being founded by a foreign national, Prasad confidently predicted that the saffron party would return to power for a third term in the 2024 national election.

“We are proud of our PM. We are coming back to power in 2024. PM Modi has given a statement that Indian National Congress, East India Company was founded by a foreign national,” proclaimed the former union minister.

Prasad took a dig at the newly formed I.N.D.I.A grouping, which comprises 26 opposition parties, including the Congress, aimed at charting out a combined strategy to defeat the BJP. He echoed the PM’s comments about organizations with ‘India’ in their name, referring to terrorist outfits like Indian Mujahideen and Popular Front of India.

Citing the PM’s words, he stated, “Today people are using names like Indian Mujahideen and Indian People’s Front. Something on face value could be different from something that is really true. East India company… Indian Mujahideen… Popular Front of India – these are also INDIA. Just using the name INDIA does not mean anything.”

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